What’s Coming Up Next? – MacHouse to Release Discs2Go

Mac software Discs2Go

TOKYO (MacHouse) – It’s been a while since we released the last Mac application called LittleCal Pro. What we are currently working on is called Discs2Go. In fact, it’s pretty much complete. And we are just writing a user’s guide for it.

Mac software Discs2Go
Screenshot 1 – Source: MacHouse

Inspired by Little Disc Pro, one of our top-selling software titles, Discs2Go comes with a couple of features from it like allowing the user to convert folders into Read/Write disc images, one at a time. On the other hand, a feature that is totally unique with Discs2Go is called Disc Mimic. Let’s see what Discs2Go works quickly.  

Mac software Discs2Go
Screenshot 2 – Source: MacHouse
  Mac software Discs2Go
Screenshot 3 – Source: MacHouse

Screenshot 1 shows a disc volume with a background picture in it. The font size is 10 points. And the sidebar is not disclosed. Screenshot 2 shows the disc volume of one Read/Write image that has a background color, not a background picture, with the sidebar disclosed. And the font size is relatively large. Disc Mimic allows the user to copy the style of a source disc volume and simulate it on a target disc volume. Clicking on the Go button… Voila! Screenshot 4 shows the result. Right… Disc Mimic can copy the background image of a source volume and lay it on a target disc volume.

Mac software Discs2Go
Screenshot 4 – Source: MacHouse

Hopefully, Discs2Go will be available in 36 hours or less.

Discs2Go is a product of MacHouse.

2 thoughts on “What’s Coming Up Next? – MacHouse to Release Discs2Go

  1. Xcode automatically installed a package of command-line tools including Rez and DeRez until the version is 4.2. With Xcode 4.5 currently available, it’s now a stand-alone application that does not involve the Developer folder. And installation of Xcode 4.5 alone does not come with command-line tools required to use Discs2Go’s software license feature. Apple now offers a package of command-line tools with Rez and DeRez separately and is only available to those who have developer’s account. For those who have developer’s account, they can download a command-line installation package at https://developer.apple.com/downloads/index.action . The installation file to download depends on your OS version, OS X Lion or OS X Mountain Lion.

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