So clearly there's about to be a gradual exodus of format among our brethren (and "sisteren"). It's a sad exodus, as many of us have developed a well-oiled working method over a course of years. But, flexibility has always been our strength in this biz.
I've read many a thread that describe only very minor attributes lost in translation (extended ranges, etc.). Doesn't sound to bad.
1 - - Has anyone had experience translating (with Kontakt or Chickensys) very large (several hundred gigs) libraries with several embedded levels of hierarchy within directories (folders within folders within folders) as a batch? Does it come out looking anything like the original database?
2 - - Are the resulting libraries a similar size, (regarding their ability to reference the same sample groups)?