Webinar: Introduction to OmegaT: a free CAT tool for translators
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Jul 2, 2013

OmegaT is a computer-assisted translation tool written in Java programming language. It is free software, originally developed by Keith Godfrey in 2000, and currently developed by a team led by this webinar's speaker, Didier Briel. Intended for professional translators, its features include customisable segmentation using regular expressions, translation memory with fuzzy matching and match propagation, glossary matching, dictionary matching, translation memory and reference material searching, and inline spell-checking using Hunspell spelling dictionaries.

Sign up for this webinar to discover the power of OmegaT 3.0 (the latest version), including the concept of the program and its main features, learn about the supported formats, the plug-ins, how it can exchange with other CAT tools. The webinar will also cover the different versions of OmegaT before moving on to some project management strategies and team projects. Lastly Didier will talk about the technical support and resources supplied with the program.

For more information and registration, please visit: http://www.ecpdwebinars.co.uk/events_109889.html


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