Editing, proofreading and post-editing
Make you're your text shine.
Blog and social media posts
Headlines and slogans
In editing, stylistic and structural changes are generally permissible. In proofreading, editing is limited to grammatical and syntactical errors.
Post-editing is necessary because the raw version of machine-generated translations is rarely sufficient for practical use.
Post-editing is required for any machine-generated translation that needs to be error-free and sound natural.
There are two types of post-editing: light and full. Light post-editing only checks the correctness and accuracy of the translation, while full post-editing additionally considers style, tone, and structure.