This article explains how to separate the files in a multi-language XLIFF file. This may be useful if you need to send individual language files to separate translation Agencies.
In this example, we have a course with Italian & German as additional languages. We will separate the files and create 1 XLIFF zip for German and 1 XLIFF zip for Italian.
- Export the XLIFF for the course
- Hold CTRL, select all the Italian Language files and extract them from the Zip
- Highlight the extracted Italian files and add them to a new Zip folder
- Rename the Italian zip folder if required
- Open the original XLIFF zip file
- Highlight the Italian files again and select Delete
Rename the German zip folder if required
Result: you now have two seperate XLIFF files for Italian & German. They can be translated and imported back into the course separately
Please Note: It is important that no changes are made to the course while the XLIFF files are being translated. Any changes during this time will prevent the XLIFF files from importing back into the course. If you have multiple XLIFFs being translated (as in this example), all translated XLIFF files will need to be imported back into the course before you can continue editing