Translating courseware in Mediator
Thread poster: Evelien Snel

Evelien Snel  Identity Verified
Netherlands
Local time: 12:37
Member (2010)
English to Dutch
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Jun 29, 2012

Dear colleagues,

a client would like me to translate courseware that is created in Mediator (version 8).
Does anyone have experience with this?
Is there any way to extract the text parts of a course and to import translations back in?
The internal format Mediator uses looks like a binary soup to me.
The way it looks now I would have to simply re-create the whole course in the target language.

Best regards,
Evelien


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Frank van Thienen  Identity Verified
Canada
Local time: 03:37
Dutch to English
ask client Jun 29, 2012

Without installing the software, doing anything with such a proprietary format is hopeless.
I'm not familiar with Mediator, and I can't see anything on their website with regard to importing any kind of word processing formats, but I'd ask the client if he can deliver the text in a format you can deal with.
HTH,
Frank

[Edited at 2012-06-29 15:05 GMT]


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