Discs2Go is a software application that specializes in Mac disc images. Though it's a light-weight application, there are many things you can do with Discs2Go. You can easily convert folders into Read/Write disc images. Using Discs2Go, you can also attach software license agreement to disc images with ease. One amazing feature is (Disc) Mimic. Mimic allows the user to copy the exact style of a source disc volume and simulate it on another. You can control disc volume properties such as the sidebar width, the font size, item locations, the window size, the window position quickly and easily.
- Convert folders into Read/Write (including sparsebundle and sparseimage) disc images, one at a time.
- View the contents of disc images, adding/deleting visible & invisible files, making visible files invisible or making invisible files visible with a click of mouse.
- Drag and drop a graphic image to lay a visible or invisible background image on the selected disc volume.
- Attach software license agreement to disc images
- Copy the style of a disc volume and simulate it on another.
Converting a folder into a Read/Write disc image
Attaching software license agreement to a Read/Write disc image
Copying a file as a visible one onto a disc volume
Getting ready to lay an invisible background image on a disc volume
Importing a source disc image whose volume to mimic
Discs2Go has successfully simulated the style of one disc volume on a target one (UNTITLED)
A demo/trial version is available.
- Click on the button to download a demo/trial version of Discs2Go for Mac OS X 10.5 and 10.6
- Quick Overview Video: Discs2Go - Disc Mimic
Length: 1 minute 44 seconds, Resolution: 900 x 675 pixels
- Mac OS 10.5 or 10.6 with PowerPC or Intel Mac for online store version
- Mac OS 10.6 or 10.7 with Intel Mac only for Mac App Store version (Disc2Go is not compatible with Mac OS X 10.8)
|Purchasing a single license of Discs2Go
Discs2Go is no longer available for sale.
1.2.5 to 1.2.7 (February 22, 2011)
- Fix: The vertical scrollbar of a hidden text area was partially visible in SLA's Attach from time to time.
- A new button (Open) is installed on Create and SLA > Attach so that the user can have easy access to the destination folder.
- The application will quit itself half a second sooner.
- Validation symbols are redesigned.
- A few other minor changes and fixes are made.
1.2.2 to 1.2.5 (December 15, 2010)
- A set of measures is taken to enhance application's compatibility with Snow Leopard.
- The application remembers the location where it was last closed.
- A few other minor changes and fixes are made.
1.2.0 to 1.2.2 (November 27, 2010)
- Fix: A measure is taken to stop an occasional crash after the user quits the application.
- Fix: Clicking on a Show button under Preferences > SLA could cause open the System User folder (Users/User) to open when the corresponding destination path was empty.
- Fix: After the user clicked on the Clear button under Create, the Convert button might have still been clickable.
- Fix: After the user clicked on the Clear button under Attach > Attach, the Go button might have still been clickable.
- Preferences: The user has an option of letting the application calculate the folder size after importing a folder under Create.
1.1.6 to 1.2.0 (November 7, 2010)
- Preferences: The user has an option of whether or not letting the application restart itself after closing the window.
- Create: Clicking on Clear, all settings will be set back to initial ones.
- Create: When the user drags and drops a folder onto the drop box, the application will calculate the folder size.
- A 'Clear' button is also installed under SLA > Attach so that the user can initialize settings.
- When a folder is dropped upon, the application will launch itself, switching to Create and reading data.
1.1.5 to 1.1.6 (to be released on October 14, 2010)
- Look: File Info will show no data when no file is selected.
- Look: When the user chose to export an invisible file, a hidden edit field was visible.
1.1.0 to 1.1.5 (October 11, 2010)
- The application will close 'File Info' after switching to another component.
- The application will close 'Disc Info' after switching to another component.
- Some buttons will be disabled after the user switches to a different tool component.
- The user has an option of letting the application run a reminder under Snow Leopard that the window must be manually re-opened to see the change.
- Mimic: The user has an option of letting the application run a reminder in the event that there's no graphic image specified for target disc volume's background.
- Several more minor fixes and changes are made.
1.0.0 to 1.1.0 (October 9, 2010)
- Look: the user is now able to see the file properties of the selected item in the file list whether it's visible or not visible.
- Look: The user is able to rename invisible files. (Right-button-clicking on a file and choose 'Rename File.')
- (Disc) Mimic: Acceptable icon sizes are flexible depending on the OS version. The max icon size under Snow Leopard is 512.
- The application rejects file names with additional characters such as double quotation mark, slash and asterisk under Create and SLA.
- Choosing 'Show File Positions' under the Mimic menu, the user is able to see the positions (coordinates inside the disc volume) of visible files.
- The application rejects disc images with software license agreement under Look and Mimic so that it will not become unresponsive.
- Numerous minor fixes and improvements are made.
Discs2Go is a product of MacHouse.