Content Formats


Parsing Files

TXTOmedia accepts various Structured Content formats, such as DITA, S1000D and XML. Once ingested into our platform, these files are ready for processing and rendering.

TXTOmedia automates rich media creation, including (but not limited to) parsing existing XML-like content, such as DITA, XML, XLIFF XML, S1000D to video, animation, slides, and content for AR and VR applications. In certain situations HTML-input will do as well.

This way the existing XML-based content is re-used, which not only saves costs and time but also increases consistency and quality of rich media files through the centralized use of the same XML-based source files. Current technical documentation processes stay as is, and via integration with CCMS technology, not only the initial creation of rich media is automated, but existing media stays in-sync as well.

We connect to CCMS & document management to version and update rich media & to prevent high production costs.

eXtensible Markup Language (XML) is a markup language that sets rules for encoding documents in a format that is both human- & machine readable.

XLIFF (XML Localization Interchange File Format) is a format to standardize data during a localization process.

The Darwin Information Typing Architecture or Document Information Typing Architecture (DITA) is an XML data model for authoring and publishing.

It is an open standard that is defined and maintained by OASIS. Topics and fragments can be reused across multiple publications.

S1000D is a standard of technical publications. It is an XML specification for preparing, managing, and using equipment and operations.

It’s developed for the AeroSpace and Defence Industries. It has been modified for use with land, sea, and commercial equipment.