Smarter copying when re-spanning files
I decided to use the root of a networked shared for spanning my media files. However, as TuneSpan reminded me every time I selected the spanning location, I later decided to go with TuneSpan and have it create a folder "Spanned Media" inside the root of the same networked share. Therefore, I needed to re-span about a terabyte of files. To my surprise, when starting the spanning process, TuneSpan now copies all the data through my Mac, from the root folder back into the "Spanned Media" folder in the root folder of my network share. This seems illogical, as even Finder copies a terabyte within seconds when copying on the same share. Can the copying process be made somewhat smarter?