The first step to creating a multilingual website, mobile site, Facebook app, Digital Brochure, or Web Widget with Vizlly, is to ensure that the content you’ll use to create it is multilingual. Start by adding translations to the the text (captions, short descriptions and long descriptions) that accompany each piece of visual content (photos, videos and virtual tours) in your Library.
Translations can take a bit of time, but the outcome is well worth the effort!
Vizlly currently supports the following 13 languages, with more to come: English, French, Dutch, German, Greek, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Chinese (simplified), Japanese, Korean and Thai.
Follow these steps to add a translation to your captions and descriptions for your visual content in Vizlly:
1. Login to Vizlly, and head into your Library.
2. Select the image, virtual tour, or video you would like to add translated text to, and click the Edit button.
3. Click on the Language button in the top right hand corner and select the language you would like to add by clicking the Add button. In this case, we’ll select French.
4. You’ll be prompted to add your translation to the Image Caption, Short Description, and Long Description. The English version of your text will appear on the left hand side in each section. Click the box to begin typing your translation.
5. Click Done, and that’s it! We've added a translation for this image. Complete the same steps for all images, videos and virtual tours in your Library as these are the foundation for your stories and digital content.