TransPDF works with your existing tools to quickly create translated PDFs of the highest quality.
Watch the movie to get a feel for how the system operates or follow the step-by-step guide.
The XLIFF parts however are all done in the cloud using their TransPDF website. This is quite impressive and you can use this without the InFix PDF Editor at all.Blog post by Paul Filkin, Client Communities Director, Language Solutions, SDL Plc
TransPDF is smart: it helps translators deal with PDF quicker than ever before.
TransPDF works alongside your tools - SDL Trados Studio, MemoQ, Memsource etc., so you don’t need to learn how to use new, unfamiliar software
All you need to start using TransPDF is a web browser and a PDF.
Don't get bogged-down with layout, tags and code; concentrate on the words instead.
TransPDF handles the difficulties of the PDF format, leaving you to get on with translation.
Developers are using the free public API to integrate Trans PDF into their tools and give their customers seamless access to PDF translation without having to leave their apps.
No on-going fees - No commitments - Free for Infix 7 users
Just pay when you use the service for a real job and then enjoy
free use of Infix 7 for post-editing your PDF.
Purchase credits on-line and keep them for as long as you need - credits never expire.
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Currently the service cannot do anything with a scanned (sometimes known as a 'dead') PDF.
We are working on this at the moment and hope to have an announcement in the coming months.
Yes. There is a fully documented API you can use to integrate smart PDF translation into your own applications for free.
The API package consists of a Python demo showing how to access all of the features such as uploading PDFs and exporting XLIFF. The underlying technology is HTTP-based so you don't need to use Python if you don't want to.
XLIFF is an industry standard XML-based format for translating all kinds of documents and is supported natively by leading tools such as SDL Trados Studio, MemoQ, Memsource, Fluency, TransitNXT and others.
When you upload a PDF it is visible to you and only those whom you choose to share it with. Access to TransPDF.com is all done via https (secure web access) which means your passwords and data are encrypted during transit.
Not yet, unfortunately. TransPDF can only handle languages written left-to-right. Some vertical text is also supported. This means the system is currently not suitable for Arabic, Hebrew etc.