This is an amazing technology!!柳 英夫 / Hideo Yanagi, GCube LLC
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.
...you and your customer care transformed me into a great admirer of your company and services! Thanks!.Andras Zsigmondi, Professional Translator
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
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 the 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.
If you don’t see what you’re looking for, check our FAQ.
Yes. Upload a scanned or 'dead' PDF and TransPDF will convert it to a real PDF with editable text. It then gets converted to XLIFF ready for translation as normal.
No. You only pay once for a page. After that you can alter the translation as many times as you like without incurring any extra charges.
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.
Yes. TransPDF can be used to translate to and from right-to-left PDFs written in
Arabic, Hebrew, Pesian and Urdu. By default it also swaps page layout to
reflect the reading order of the target language though this behaviour can be
TransPDF uses industry-standard security measures to stop your PDFs from being seen by unauthorised third parties. However, we cannot be held responsible for the integrity of this data, and documents are uploaded at your own risk.
See the FAQ for further information on document security.
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.