Audacity : logiciel libre d'enregistrement et de montage audio

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Nous sommes reconnaissant envers les volontaires qui traduisent Audacity dans plusieurs langages différents. Si vous voulez aider, veuillez rejoindre la liste de diffusion audacity-translation (lien et liste en anglais), et lire les instructions ci-dessous.

Ressources pour les traducteurs

Translation Instructions (software and web site)

Normally there will already be a translation for your language of the Audacity software or web site, but often it needs to be updated for the latest changes. To update an existing translation, use the links below to download the .po file for your language:

After clicking either link above, click on the link for the .po file for your language. On the page you come to, scroll down to the blue "File info" panel on the right, then right-click or control-click over the "View raw file" link and "save target" or "save link as" to download the .po file.

If there is no .po file for your language, create one by downloading the latest "audacity.pot" or "audacity_website.pot" file under "Resources for Translators" above. (If the links only produce text in the browser, right-click or control-click and save the target or link). Rename the .pot to "audacity.po" (or "audacity_website.po" for web site translation) before starting your translation.

Programs for creating and editing .po files:

Basic usage of poEdit:

To test a translation in Audacity:

  1. On Windows, open the "Languages" directory inside the Audacity installation directory, then open the directory with the same name as your .po file. On Mac OS X, right-click or control-click over > Show Package Contents then open the relevant LPROJ directory inside the "Resources" directory. On GNU/Linux, open the relevant "locale" directory in usr/share/ or usr/local/share.
  2. If creating a new translation, create a new directory for your language using the correct language code from For example, the code for Punjabi is "pa", so on Windows, create "Audacity\Languages\pa".
  3. Rename the saved .mo file to "", and paste it into the directory you opened or created.
  4. Open Audacity and in Preferences: Interface, choose your language and click OK. You should now see your translations.

Further information: