How to export multiple TMs into one file
Thread poster: pikachupichu

pikachupichu  Identity Verified
Japan
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May 14, 2014

I have created multiple TMs with Trados 2014 Studio. And I am trying to find how to export those TMs to one file.

Would you please let me know how to do this?

Your quick advice will be highly appreciated.


 

SDL Community  Identity Verified
United Kingdom
Local time: 01:55
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Easiest way... May 14, 2014

... I think!

Is to merge them all into one and then export that to a TMX. The merge operation is explained here: http://goo.gl/ylBbxx

Regards

Paul


 

Ravi Kumar  Identity Verified
India
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Please follow these steps in Trados May 15, 2014

Please follow the follow the steps given below.
1. Export each TM and create respective tmx files.
2. Create a new TM.
3. Import each tmx file created in Step 1 into the new TM.

Regards,
Ravi


 

FarkasAndras
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Merge May 15, 2014

You can of course just export them to separate tmx files and then import all of those into the same TM if needed. If you really must have a single TMX, the solution proposed by Paul is best.
If the TMs are very large (hundreds of thousands or millions of TUs), merging them in studio might be very slow or it might fail. In that case, exporting them separately and merging the TMX files themselves is an option, but it's not trivial.


 

pikachupichu  Identity Verified
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How to merge all into one? May 15, 2014

SDL Support wrote:

... I think!

Is to merge them all into one and then export that to a TMX. The merge operation is explained here: http://goo.gl/ylBbxx

Regards

Paul


Dear Paul,

Would you please let me know how to merge all of the TMs into one before exporting?


 

Emma Goldsmith  Identity Verified
Spain
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Member (2010)
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Link to video May 15, 2014

pikachupichu wrote:

SDL Support wrote:

... I think!

Is to merge them all into one and then export that to a TMX. The merge operation is explained here: http://goo.gl/ylBbxx

Regards

Paul


Dear Paul,

Would you please let me know how to merge all of the TMs into one before exporting?


Just click on the link in Paul's post. It takes you to a short video.

It's well worth watching. I had no idea you could merge studio TMs using the upgrade process. Thanks, Paul!


 


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