TMX Import Tips
Importing TMX Files into Translation Memory Tools
 


Across [UP]
1. Open ACROSS and select "crossTank Manager"
2. Select "Import Translations" and follow the wizard
 
Catalyst [UP]
1. Open CATALYST and select "Tools > Options"
2. Select "Glossary" and the folder icon under "Attach glossaries" and click on the ellipsis button
3. Select "Translation Memory Exchange File" under "Files of type"
4. Select the TMX file and follow the instructions
 
Déjà Vu X [UP]
1. Open DÉJÀ VU X and select "File > New"
2. Select "Translation Memory" and follow the wizard
3. Select "File > Import > File or Database > Next"
4. Select "TM" and follow the wizard
 
Heartsome [UP]
1. Open TMX EDITOR
2. Select "File > Open" and select the TMX file
 
Lingotek [UP]
1. Open the LINGOPOINT MANAGEMENT PORTAL
2. Select "Import Translation Memory" under "Quick Links"
3. Select "TMX" under "File Format"
4. Select the TMX file and click on "Save"
 
MemoQ [UP]
1. Open MEMOQ and select "Start the program blank"
2. Select "Tools > TM Management > Create new local memory"
3. Enter a name for the translation memory and the language combination
4. Highlight the newly created translation memory and select "Import from"
5. Select the TMX file and click on "OK"
 
MultiTrans [UP]
1. Open MULTITRANS and select "TextBase Import" under "TextBases"
2. Highlight "Import from TMX" and click on "OK"
3. Follow the wizard
 
Open Language Tools XLIFF Translation Editor [UP]
1. Open OPEN LANGUAGE TOOLS XLIFF TRANSLATION EDITOR
2. Select "Tools > Maintain Mini-TM"
3. Select "Import from TMX" and select the TMX file
 
Olifant [UP]
1. Open OLIFANT and select "File > Open"
2. Select the TMX file
 
OmegaT [UP]
1. Open OMEGAT and select "Project > Properties"
2. Select folder with TMX file under "Translation Memory directory"
 
Rainbow [UP]
1. Open RAINBOW and select "Tools > Edit Translation Memory"
2. Select the TMX file
 
SDLX [UP]
1. Open SDLX and select the "Maintain" module
2. Select "File > New"
3. Select "File > Import > Import TMX Format Files"
4. Follow the wizard
 
Similis [UP]
1. Open SIMILIS and select "File > Import > Similis Translation Memory"
2. Select "Trados TMX translation memory" under "Import file format"
3. Select the TMX file under "Select a file"
4. Enter necessary options and select "Finish"
 
Star Transit [UP]
1. Open TRANSIT and open a project
2. Select "Project > TMX Import" and select the TMX file
3. Select a file name for the languages files which will be generated under "Resulting segmented file"
4. Click on "Start import"
 
Trados 2007 [UP]
1. Open TRANSLATOR'S WORKBENCH and select "File > New" (In TRADOS 2007: open SYNERGY and select "Create Translation Memory")
2. Select "File > Import > OK"
3. Select TMX and select "TMX" as "Files of type"
4. Select TMX file and select "OK"
 
Trados Studio [UP]
1. Open TRADOS 2011 and click on the TRANSLATION MEMORIES view
2. Click OPEN TRANSLATION MEMORY
3. Select the TMX file or Import the TMX file to already existing translation memory
 
Wordfast [UP]
1. Open WORDFAST
2. Select "Select TM" on the TM tab
3. Select "All Files" under "Files of type"
4. Select the TMX file and select "OK"