File splitting according to word count
Thread poster: Erwin_Franz

Erwin_Franz
Latvia
Local time: 19:04
Russian to Latvian
+ ...
Nov 27, 2015

Hello there,

I am looking for a tool which would help me to split files according to word count. Lets say I have a huge sdl xliff file which should be split in several parts - first part consists of 1000 words, second - 3000 words and third - 5000 words. I have used "SDL XLIFF Split and Merge" so far but it divides files only in similar parts.

Can you recommend any tools or methods?

Thanks in advance!


 

Soonthon LUPKITARO(Ph.D.)  Identity Verified
Thailand
Local time: 23:04
Member (2004)
English to Thai
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SDLX Nov 27, 2015

Erwin_Franz wrote:

Hello there,

I am looking for a tool which would help me to split files according to word count. Lets say I have a huge sdl xliff file which should be split in several parts - first part consists of 1000 words, second - 3000 words and third - 5000 words. I have used "SDL XLIFF Split and Merge" so far but it divides files only in similar parts.

Can you recommend any tools or methods?

Thanks in advance!


I prefer this Trados legacy: SDLX. It work very good for me.

Soonthon L.


 


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