Christel Zipfel wrote:
Some time ago, I have used Déjà Vu for a trial period for a similar project and I loved it! I found it's very comfortable and easy to use, but too expensive (the pro version) for my actual needs, as such multiple files projects happen not more often than every once in a while.
I think I'll have a look into OmegaT.
All CAT tools have some good unique features, but when it comes to translating multiple files (and with multiple formats), I don't think any other CAT tool can compete with Déjà Vu X. You can either work in the project itself (what other CAT tools call a "View") or open and translate any single file - all translations are propagated. You can easily join/split segments in the project or in any of the files. That is not possible in memoQ, you have to close the View and go back to the original file to join/split segments and then create a new View.
I think the Professional version of DVX2 is quite affordable at the moment, see http://www.proz.com/tgb/541 for the latest TGB.