TrueCheck - Mac

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  • First Bill Date 10/21/2020
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This file analysis application can be used to compare files and folders to one another or generate reports of an entire hard drive - no matter the size or content - keeping teams organized between multiple workstations.

Compare files, folders or volumes with
thumbnails and metadata displayed results.
Generate reports of entire directories
or hard drives without making a copy.
Set specific criteria for deep, smart searches
of files on hard disk or any connected drives.
View previously generated checksums,
choose from multiple algorithms.
Verify previously created MHL reports
with thumbnails and metadata for each file.
Easliy import old jobs
from the history list.
OSX 10.15, 10.14, 10.13, 10.12, 10.11
2 GB of RAM
8 GB of free hard-disk space
Internet access required for automated product activation
This is a single CPU application (may only be used on one computer at a time).
Demo Limitations: 30 jobs within 30 days. Web access required.
7-22-2019 2019.1
  • Compares files and folders to show sameness and differences, including nested folders and multiple files
  • Generates MHL, PDF, TXT and CSV reports
  • PDF reports include thumbnails and metadata for all file types or video files only
  • Conduct smart searches and deep dives of attached media or hard drives with user specified criteria
  • Verify previously created MHL reports
  • View previously generated checksums
  • Compatible with over 20 different camera formats including file based RAW from; ARRI, Blackmagic, Canon, GoPro, JVC, Panasonic, RED and Sony.
  • Refer back to previous jobs and import them back into the queue from history
This file analysis application can be used to compare files and folders to one another or generate reports of an entire hard drive - no matter the size or content - keeping teams organized between multiple workstations.

Compare files, folders or volumes with
thumbnails and metadata displayed results.
Generate reports of entire directories
or hard drives without making a copy.
Set specific criteria for deep, smart searches
of files on hard disk or any connected drives.
View previously generated checksums,
choose from multiple algorithms.
Verify previously created MHL reports
with thumbnails and metadata for each file.
Easliy import old jobs
from the history list.
OSX 10.15, 10.14, 10.13, 10.12, 10.11
2 GB of RAM
8 GB of free hard-disk space
Internet access required for automated product activation
This is a single CPU application (may only be used on one computer at a time).
Demo Limitations: 30 jobs within 30 days. Web access required.
7-22-2019 2019.1
  • Compares files and folders to show sameness and differences, including nested folders and multiple files
  • Generates MHL, PDF, TXT and CSV reports
  • PDF reports include thumbnails and metadata for all file types or video files only
  • Conduct smart searches and deep dives of attached media or hard drives with user specified criteria
  • Verify previously created MHL reports
  • View previously generated checksums
  • Compatible with over 20 different camera formats including file based RAW from; ARRI, Blackmagic, Canon, GoPro, JVC, Panasonic, RED and Sony.
  • Refer back to previous jobs and import them back into the queue from history

Testimonials

PreRoll Post streamlines the archiving process and most importantly verifies the files. In my opinion there is no point to archiving without verification! Without knowing the files have been written correctly and checked, means, if something goes wrong, the archive is useless. I have seen at least one instance of a file failing verification. As an experiment I tried to copy the file to drive and the process failed. That’s why I use PreRoll Post – to copy files to LTO tape and to then verify that these files are written correctly.

Rick Young