Yes, I can do that. There are several stand alone programs now written to use the SCP hardware to generate image files and/or convert image files for BBC, Amstrad CPC, Atari ST, and other computer systems. The image format and hardware support by 3rd parties has really caught on.
The HxC Floppy Emulator Software has a batch conversion option, so you can convert to/from .scp image files to ALL of the various formats it supports (including BBC). I believe that SamDisk also supports BBC, since BBC disks are just standard IBM 3740 format (like PC disks). For the Amiga emulators, people are just using the .scp image files directly (no conversion required), which gives you the exact same data as a real floppy drive. For other emulators that don't yet support .scp image format yet, you have to convert to whatever native format the emulator can understand and right now there is basically the ability to cover all computer systems using .scp image files. I have around 10,000 or so image files now for many different computer systems, including: Amiga, Atari ST, C64/128, IBM PC, BBC, CP/M, Amstrad CPC, TRS-80, Apple II, Apple Mac, TI-99/4A, Atari 400/800, etc. In fact, this list from the HxC Floppy Emulator contains some (not all) of the disk formats that SuperCard Pro has successfully imaged: http://hxc2001.com/download/floppy_driv … upport.htm