How do you take server-based termbases offline and make them available for translators? For users of SDL translation software, this is a piece of cake.
Delivering MultiTerm allows you to add server-based termbases to a Trados Studio project as a local termbase which can be taken off-line or even sent to the translators.
“De-server” Your Termbase
This SDL Trados Studio plugin can optionally scan the source documents for terms that exist in the termbase and then adds only the relevant ones to the project specific local termbase. Furthermore, you can filter down the data on an entry and even a field level.
The configuration can be stored and then included in project templates, for instance. This allows you to automate the entire process of creating project termbases.
Terminology Workflows possible
Together with quickTerm and the quickTerm Studio Plugin, you can then also use offline workflows such as term requests in Studio. This module, however, has to be installed and licensed separately.
The Power of Delivering MultiTerm
Delivering MultiTerm offers, among other things, following features:
- Creation of project-specific local SDL termbases from server-based SDL termbases (use of MT filters possible) in SDL Trados Studio, for transmission to the translator in the translation package
- Optional filtering of the contained entries based on the project documents to be translated
- Optional reduction of the included languages
- Optional reduction of the included termbase fields
- When using quickTerm, offline workflows can be optionally enabled for (e.g.) term requests, translation suggestions, and feedback. These are then transferred to the server via the SDL Trados Studio package
- When using quickTerm, concept maps can be optionally included and their representation in their own studio dialog
- Representation of entries in own termbase browser (quickTerm-style). The display supports both the interactive search and the automatic display