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    Toast 7 Used Sd2d For Audi Cd Images?

    It works fine, I can mount it with toast and even itunes will play the tracks. I'm wondering why they choose this format not a .img .dmg .iso or .toast and also what is a sound designer 2 file ?? When I google for it I get this From http://filext.com/detaillist.php?extdetail=SD2F Sound Designer is a Macintosh application. Sound Designer II files store all sound samples in the data fork and all sound parameters in the resource fork. Sound Designer II was discontinued several years ago, and is no longer available. Quicktime should play the files. The Sd2f designation it typically the Macintosh creator code. The file extension is more often seen as .SD2. I don't want to end up with 100 or so not compatible image files in a couple of years.
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    Toast 7 Used Sd2d For Audi Cd Images?

    I am backing up my collection of store bought Audio Cds as disk images with Toast Titanium 7 (new) and I noticed that toast is saving the images not as a .IMG or .TOAST files but a with a .SD2F extension?? No idea why and it seems that this file format "sound designer 2" is old and is forked?? and should not be used. Thanks toast! - I've just archive 60 Cds in this apparently useless old format!! Can anyone tell me why toast is using this format, how to make it save the images as .img or .toast files. I do still have toast 6 still installed. (on a positive note it really speedy and creates a full size image of the CD in 2.5 mins) Thanks (G5 1.8 Ghz, external firewire LG drive with tigger) R
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