Built on RWS Language Cloud, the cloud capabilities of Trados Studio (that can be used in combination with the desktop app) are designed for individuals to manage projects, translate, review and store resources.
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How to work with Trados Studio's cloud capabilities
From Trados Studio 2022 (or Trados Studio 2021), essential cloud capabilities have come as standard and will always be available for customers using currently supported versions of Trados Studio. So all Trados Studio 2022 users will automatically have the ability to use the cloud, browser-based features when they purchase Studio 2022.
You cannot purchase Trados Studio's cloud capabilities alone, without the Trados Studio desktop app.
From Trados Studio 2021 SR2, users can save local projects and project packages to the cloud, which you can then choose to continue working on in Trados Studio, or in the online editor.
Only local projects that are set up for translation using the Trados Studio project wizard can be saved to the cloud. Files that have been opened for translation using the ‘translate as single document’ option, cannot currently be saved to the cloud.
For now, you can seamlessly upload and save native Trados Studio project packages to the cloud. Compatibility with other types of project packages will come with time.
At this time, users cannot migrate a local translation memory into an existing cloud TM when using the ‘Migrate local TMs to cloud’ wizard in Trados Studio. Users can, however, export the data from the file-based translation memory and import it into your cloud translation memory of choice manually.
You can use the ‘Migrate local TMs to cloud’ wizard to:
- Create a single cloud TM containing all file-based translation memories.
- Create a cloud translation memory for each language pair.
- Create cloud translation memories for each file-based translation memory.
Once your TMs are in the cloud, you can continue to work on a local project or cloud-based project with your cloud TMs.
Currently you can connect to Language Weaver, DeepL, Microsoft, Google and Amazon machine translation providers when working in the cloud. Language Weaver is available by default and to work with any third party providers you can install the relevant add-on from the RWS AppStore. Head to live.trados.com, select your initials in the top right-hand corner, then RWS AppStore. Available MT providers will be presented to you, more will be added in time.
It is also worth noting that when working with a cloud project, you can also leverage the local MT providers available through Trados Studio by:
- Creating a local Trados Studio project, attaching your MT provider of choice, pre-processing your project with it and then using the wizard available in Trados Studio to save the project to the cloud. From there you will be able to open the file in the online editor to continue translating.
- Opening up a cloud project in Trados Studio, then attaching a local MT provider to the project.
Yes, because Trados Studio and the cloud are seamlessly synced you can move between the online editor and the Trados Studio editor to continue translating with ease. To ensure all changes are reflected when changing environments, please ensure:
- You close down the file in the online editor, before opening it in the Studio editor, by using the close ‘X’ button in Online Editor.
- You save and close the file in Trados Studio before attempting to open in the online editor. To ensure there are no versioning conflicts, Studio will check and prompt the user if the cloud file is more recent than your local version.