Stingray is a cross-platform document aligner designed to assist professional
translators in the production of translation memories from existing translated material.
Translation memories generated by Stingray can be used in most modern CAT (Computer
Aided Translation) programs, including Swordfish.
Use Stingray to correct existing TMX files and for converting them to other formats.
Stingray exports aligned translation memories in these formats:
CSV: Unicode with user-defined delimiters.
TMX: (Translation Memory eXchange), the vendor-neutral open XML standard for the exchange
Translation Memory (TM) data created by Computer Aided Translation (CAT) and localization
tools, published by LISA (Localisation Industry Standards Association).
XLIFF 1.2: Standard localization exchange format supported by most CAT tools, including
Supported file formats
The file formats currently supported by Stingray are:
Adobe InDesign Interchange (INX)
Adobe InDesign IDML CS4, CS5, CS6 & CC
Microsoft Office (2007 and newer)
Microsoft Visio XML Drawings (2007 and newer)
MIF (Maker Interchange Format)
OpenOffice / LibreOffice / StarOffice
DITA 1.0, 1.1, 1.2 and 1.3
DocBook 3.x, 4.x and 5.x
Word 2003 ML
PO (Portable Objects)
RC (Windows C/C++ Resources)
ResX (Windows .NET Resources)
TS (Qt Linguist translation source)
Stingray licenses are affordable and portable. Licenses can be transferred from one computer
to another in seconds. Buy one license and use it in the computer you have at hand. A
Stingray license can be used in any operating system where Stingray runs.
Download Stingray and try it for free during 30 days. All functionality is enabled during the