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Re: [ARSCLIST] MD5 Hash Generators
Being an audiophile, who is contributing as much as possible $
$$ to the music industry, I have one question I'm sure you can address.
I've navigated your web site with particular attention to your
stable of RTR machines. I realize that you need a variety of machines
to accommodate the variety of material supplied to you for
restoration. I've not seen an Ampex ATR machine. It is apparent to me
that you need more than a "machine for all seasons" and that may
be why the ATR isn't in your studio, if it is that. May I have your
opinion on that machine.
Regards, Ken Fritz --- an audiophile addict.
On Jan 19, 2008, at 12:23 PM, Richard L. Hess wrote:
It is probably bad protocol to answer your own message on a mailing
I received a very generous answer to my question from the author
His immediate response was to modify his tool so if one drops more
than one file on the program box, it will write MD5 files for all
files dropped to the same folder as the original files. Very cool
and THANKS, Daniel!
At 12:05 PM 2008-01-19, I wrote:
I am starting to generate an MD5 hash of the files that I deliver
by ftp and was wondering which MD5 hash generators are popular.
I found a pretty neet one-file-at-a-time applet that will generate
a companion ".md5" file which is good for my workflow.
I would like a batch generator that would place each hash into a
separate text file with the complete filename and the extension
Richard L. Hess email: richard@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Aurora, Ontario, Canada (905) 713 6733 1-877-TAPE-FIX
Detailed contact information: http://www.richardhess.com/tape/
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