Swordfish III is an advanced CAT (Computer Aided Translation) tool based on XLIFF 1.2 open standard, designed for demanding professional translators.
Swordfish III supports exchanging TMX (Translation Memory eXchange), the vendor-neutral open XML standard for the exchange of Translation Memory (TM) data created by Computer Aided Translation (CAT) and localization tools, originally published by LISA (Localisation Industry Standards Association).
Swordfish includes a super fast Internal database server and integrated support for RemoteTM Web Server. You can also use third party database engines like Oracle 10g or MySQL 5.x for storing TM and terminology data.
Swordfish supports the most common formats used for exchanging translations:
Easily reuse translations by importing them from previously translated XLIFF files. Swordfish extracts translations for individual segments, considering previous and following ones as context.
With Swordfish you are free to customize your translation environment. You can, for example, set your preferences for:
Swordfish lets translators hide/show segments filtering on multiple status options, like: is translatable, has translation, has comments, is approved, etc.
Swordfish generates HTML views from XLIFF files that lets translators/reviewers proof read comfortably in the system's default web browser. The generated HTML can be customized by end users, adjusting the provided XSL stylesheets.
Swordfish includes two translation engines:
Additionally, Swordfish supports these external Machine Translation (MT) Engines:
Download Swordfish and try it for free during 30 days. All functionality is enabled during the evaluation period.
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