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Virtual memoQ Day 2014

May 28, 2014



On-demand
presentation

memoQ file filters

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Schedule:On-demand
Description:

Everything what a translator need for translation is an integrated translation interface: one does not have to own a dozens of tools to translate unique file formats. Following topics will be discussed during this presentation:

• Customizable filters ensure proper import of various document types--like Microsoft Office™ files, HTML, Adobe FrameMaker™, Adobe InDesign™, XLIFF, XML, Scalable Vector Graphics and more. Language Terminal enables sophisticated handling of Adobe InDesign™ files
• Real-time preview for many of these file formats
• It can be defined what to import, what is not needed, and how to serialize the content.
• Using cascading filters one can handle complicated file formats, such as XML embedded into Excel
• Special file formats, tips & tricks

Language(s):English
Speakers:Denis Hay
Denis Hay has been a freelancer translator and editor for more than 15 years. His extensive experience of CAT tools and localization lead him to progressively focus his career to consulting on workflows and CAT tools. He joined Kilgray Translation Technologies as a pre-sales technical consultant and trainer, where he guides people in their first steps with memoQ server.

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Too good! May 28, 2014

Excellent. Keep it up!

 

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