OWC releases Copy That for Mac for easy, safe information switch from card to pc: Digital Pictures Overview


Different World Computing (OWC) has introduced Copy That for Mac, a utility app that makes it straightforward to dump and backup your picture and video content material with automated options for fast and protected copying and duplication.

Copy That for Mac works in a three-step course of. First, choose the supply (be it a digital camera, drive or reminiscence card) the place your media is, select the vacation spot(s) you need that media to be copied to and choose any of the choices you need enabled upon import. These choices embody verification choices, the power to rename the file and numerous report outputs to make sure each little bit of your information will get copied verbatim out of your supply media.

‘ Copy That’s constructed with trade customary checksum verification choices together with xxHash-64, MD5, SHA-1, SHA-2 256, SHA-2 512, in addition to different safeguard options like supply integrity verification, automated title collision detection, and sensible error detection that alerts to make sure your copied information are intact,’ says OWC. ‘As well as, the inclusion of MHL information ensures that information may be verified at any given time to ensure your information is protected, and your backups are dependable.’

You can even export stories as PDF, TXT or CSV information so that you (or your consumer) is aware of precisely what was transferred, the way it was transferred and the place it was transferred. The information in these stories embody file sizes, offload dates, digital camera metadata, decision, picture thumbnails, verification measures and extra.

A pattern report that reveals all information that have been transferred and different info.

OWC says Copy That for Mac helps metadata and may generate thumbnails ‘for many cinema cameras together with ARRI RAW, BlackMagic RAW, RED RAW, ProRes, Panasonic Varicam, Atomos and Convergent Design recorders and most client cameras recording in MP4, MOV or MXF wrappers.’

Different options embody presets for simply replicating sure processes, a jobs archive for trying again at previous transfers, collision safety for stopping information with the identical title from being overwritten, error detection and automated protected ejection.

Checksum verification workflow.

OWC’s Copy That for Mac is on the market now with two licensing choices. An annual license that prices $99 for the primary yr and $49 for every subsequent yr or a project-based 30-day license for $35. There’s additionally a full-featured 14-day trial model if you wish to take it for a spin (no card or e mail required).


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