I have some OS 9 sessions that I'm trying to use on an OS X protools rig. The problem is the audio files in the EDL aren't linking to the audio files in the Audio Folder, and any attempt to manually or automatically link them up is not working. From reading around I have gleaned that my issue is due to the fact that my audio files were formatted sd2. This particular format uses resource forks to store a lot of actually important information about the file, and since OS X doesn't use resourse forks anymore, it can't read these files. This seems to ring true, since just as Protools is unable to read these files, Quicktime is also unable to read these files. The problem isn't the files themselves, the data is in there, it's the discrepancy in file systems these files now rest in. Does anyone out there know of a way to translate these old OS 9 resource-forked .sd2 files into non-resource-forked OS X compatible .sd2 files? As of now I'm forked up pretty good.