Machine translation engines integrated with Crowdin provide translation suggestions from the automatic translation services like Google Translate and AutoML Translation, Microsoft Translate, and more. Suggestions made by machine engines are displayed in the Editor, under the translators’ suggestions field. Also, you can do pre-translation using machine translation engines.
By default, machine translations are enabled for each project, but it is required to configure the translation engines before the project members can use them. In case you want to disable this option for specific projects, clear Show machine translation suggestions in the project settings.
To configure the machine translation engines, follow these steps:
As soon as you specify your MT engine credentials, the system will automatically assign a unique MT engine ID. Later on, you can use these IDs in API requests for pre-translation via machine engines.
Go to the Windows Azure to access your Microsoft Translator API subscription key. Translator Text API offers a free tier with 2,000,000 translated characters.
DeepL API is accessible only with the DeepL API Free and Pro subscription plans (For developers tab). Navigate to the DeepL Pro Account page to get a unique Authentication Key. Please note that the DeepL API plan is the only plan that provides this feature.
In case you’re subscribed to a different subscription plan, you can switch to the DeepL API plan in your personal account settings. DeepL also provides a simulator that allows you to check your Authentication Key in action.
Watson (IBM) Translator offers 1,000,000 characters per month free of charge and paid plans to select from after exceeding the limit. Go to the Watson (IBM) Services Console to get your Watson Translator API key.
ModernMT Real time translation API is accessible with the Real time or Human-in-the-loop subscription plans. Navigate to the ModernMT Dashboard to get your License key. In case you’re subscribed to a different subscription plan, you can switch to the Real time or Human-in-the-loop plan via the Manage Plan page.
The free version of Amazon Translate is available for 12 months. Afterward, you will need to pay for the number of characters translated.
Read more about obtaining your access key needed for Amazon Translate integration.
To use your Custom Terminology, follow these steps:
To use Google Translate, you shall have a Google Cloud account with an active billing profile. Cloud Translation is priced monthly based on usage. Learn more
To obtain the API key necessary for integration, follow these steps:
To use AutoML Translation, you shall have a Google Cloud account with an active billing profile. Google AutoML Translation is priced monthly based on how many characters you send for translation. Learn more
To create a service account key and obtain the necessary credentials for integration, follow these steps:
To set up authentication and create your private key, follow these steps:
Google Cloud AutoML custom glossary allows you to translate your domain-specific terminology consistently.
To configure your Google Cloud AutoML custom glossary, follow these steps: