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Hedge is a transfer management tool that offers to back up camera footage on multiple drives at once. The application not only copies data on the destination folders you selected, but also verifies the footage so you can be sure that the files aren't corrupted or damaged, and consequently useless for further editing.
The program opens with a minimalistic and very intuitive user interface, which makes mastering the app a hassle-free task. The main window is dark grey-colored, standing for a modern and stylish appearance. Once launched, the utility automatically detects the mounted drives and displays them conveniently in plain sight, so you can sort them with ease by dragging and dropping their icons in the source panel positioned on the left, and respectively, in the destination panel located on the right. Transferring data to multiple destinations in one session represents one of Hedge's major assets. You are spared from the tedious and time-consuming task of enabling one copy session at a time. Accordingly, the backup operation completes in a shorter amount of time.
The integrity of the copied files is another crucial issue. What is great about this tool is that it verifies the files and their structures while the backup operation is in progress. A colored progress bar is displayed for each data transferring session, giving you the chance to monitor in real time the quality of the copied files and to estimate the remaining time until the process ends. The transfer speed is enviable. The app fully uses the system resources, being able to transfer files while verifying other series.
To conclude, Hedge is a happy combination of smart transfer and simplicity. The application is designed for both novice and advanced users, offering great features and simple logistics. It is fast, easy to use, and supports transferring multiple source files to multiple destinations at once.
- Able to copy multiple sources to multiple destinations at once
- Check transfer progress in real time
- High transfer speed
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