When Converting FrameMaker Files, Follow These Steps:

  1. Prepare your document in FrameMaker MIF format
  2. Upload your document to Migrate for analyzing
  3. Specify the DITA target
  4. Prepare the Migrate Rule set
  5. Convert your content to DITA XML
  6. Review your DITA using an XML editor
  7. Refine the DITA conversion by updating the rule set if necessary

FrameMaker is widely used for writing and editing complex structured or unstructured documents. At Stilo, by applying built in annotations and adding rules to leverage the visual cues in the document to discern the implicit structure, without preprocessing and postprocessing, Migrate will produce a valid DITA XML output within a few minutes. The same set of rules can convert all documents that follow a similar template.

Migrate can handle a large range of source formats including Word, FrameMaker, RoboHelp, DocBook, InDesign, Flare, and XML/SGML/HTML.