I use Kryoflux for all flippy disks that I dump since I have not been able to get SuperCard Pro to correctly dump the B side of a flippy disk.
Here are the command-line settings I use with a flippy-modified Panasonic drive for doing double-sided disks:
DTC.exe -p -fGameName\track_ -g2 -y -i0 -i2 -k2 -b-8
Please note that the above command only works with a hardware-modified drive so don't try it on a non-modified drive.
For a single-sided disks I would assume you'd use:
DTC.exe -p -fGameName\track_ -g0 -y -i0 -i2 -k2
I was told by the Kryoflux guys that the -i2 is important to them as it adds additional information to the dump. So I continue to use it just in case they ever decide they want to do something with the hundreds of disk dumps I have made.
The output of the above DTC command is a so-called stream file/directory (what I've been calling a flux-level dump). You can then convert that into ATR, ATX, etc. by using phaeron's a8rawconv tool:
a8rawconv GameName\track_00.0.raw GameName.atx
a8rawconv GameName\track_00.0.raw GameName.atr
It's really important to make that first dump count since the media may or may not allow for another given its age.
If anyone does Kryoflux dumps of original disks, please consider sending them to me so I can incorporate them into the Atari Software Preservation Initiative. Even if it's software already in the list, they are extremely useful for verification of existing dumps we have.
Edited by Farb, Tue Apr 12, 2016 8:27 AM.