Audio people whom I know well and trust implicitly say that Broadcast
WAV is the archival format to use - and even Protools can use them, so
it is time to say goodbye to SDII...
On Sep 23, 2005, at 11:37 AM, John Spencer wrote:
> Are you saving the session files as SDII? If you are, please remember
> that each audio file has a resource fork and a data fork, and that can
> create problems with storage.
> For example, if you were to write a TAR archive of SDII files, the
> resource fork would be stripped away, rendering the TAR archive (and
> the files) unreadable.