intric8 wrote: ↑
Wed Sep 09, 2020 2:32 pm
ZZ, it looks like you can use the Supercard Pro from a target device and write to an ADF. Have you ever tried that?
That would convince me to get one for sure if it really does clone an original disk, copy protection and all! Wow!
I did try the function to make an ADF with pinball dreams and it doesnt work because of the protection. It does work on regular AmigaDOS disks though. So if you want to make a copy of a protected disk you have to save it as a flux image (.scp) which you can handily email to others that also have a SCP.
With disks as old as they are if you have a lot of originals I think personally this is a must. I also have a KryoFlux but SCP is for sure easier. KryoFlux has some command line tools so it may be a bit more flexible and it is great for writing back downloaded ADFs but most of us can do that anyway with just our Amigas.
So cool! Never so happy to be found wrong! Warms the heart to see a pure PAL 320x256 game receive a decent conversion to NTSC 320x200. Perhaps it's even running in NTSC overscan, hope I can get it running on my 500 and I'll be happy to confirm!
Cool man! I hope you get it working and show some real screenshots vs these emulated wannabes.