With some open source translation programs you can get results comparable to those of commercial software. Let's find out how.
There are many free programs for translators on the market. They belong to the so-called FOSS category (Free and Open Source Software), among which you can find real gems that can perform many of the functions (if not all) of the typical commercial programs, such as Trados, Déjà Vu, etc. In this short video tutorial we explain you how to use them, step-by-step.
This video tutorial shows the process necessary to convert, translate and verify three files, a Word document, an Excel and a PO, using Rainbow tool (included in the Okapi Framework), CAT tool OmegaT and Apsic XBench, a tool for glossary management and quality assurance that we already described in another article. Further information can be found searching the words in bold in Google. It is recommended to view the video full size.
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The tutorial transcript, together with an annex on some advanced features, can be downloaded for free from the section Resources - Download - White Papers.
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