Text Translation, Graphics Translation, Multilingual Document Formatting
InDesign translation projects can range from a single page brochure or product document to large catalogs of several hundred pages. Affinity Translation provides turnkey services to translate InDesign documents into virtually any language and deliver perfectly formatted InDesign documents in the selected target language(s).
1. Text Translation / Localization
InDesign document text content is professionally translated into virtually any language. Translators are always native speaking in the target language. Proofreading by a second translator is included.
2. Graphics Translation / Localization
Text as part of embedded graphics (drawings, captions, illustrations, etc.) is also translated and graphics files are recreated in the target language.
3. InDesign Multilingual Formatting
Multilingual InDesign desktop publishing (DTP) services are performed to produce professionally formatted documents in virtually any language.
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More About InDesign Translation Services
Text Translation / Localization
Translation of text content from an InDesign document file typically takes place outside the application environment. Once translated text can then be placed back into InDesign for formatting.
Translation and localization services for printed materials adhere to our company’s practice of including post-translation proofreading by a second translator. Translators are native speaking in the target language as well. High quality translations are ensured.
Graphics Translation / Localization
Some graphical elements of InDesign documents can contain embedded text. These might include graphics such as line drawings or images with attached captions or labels that are sometimes not directly editable. When the text is appropriate for translation and part of an image then translation of the image text is handled separately (still following the process described above). After translation of text, images/graphics are manually edited to produce a target language version of the files. The newly created target language images/graphics files are then ready for placement into the InDesign document.
InDesign Multilingual Desktop Publishing
The final step is bringing all translated elements (text and graphics, etc.) back into InDesign to produce a print-ready finished document. While InDesign and Illustrator are two popular design applications, formatting services are available in numerous other standard software applications.