The default build output in Windows binary localization is to create localized PE files. Sisulizer takes the original .exe or .dll and makes one copy for each language is a sub directory. For example if the original file is C:\Files\Application.exe, and Sisulizer project contains Finnish, German and Japanese as target languages, then the build process creates C:\Files\fi\Application.exe, C:\Files\de\Application.exe and C:\Files\ja\Application.exe. Each file is identical to the original file except the resource data in each file has been localized.
To configure the output name and location right click the source name on the project tree and choose Properties. Check Localized files check box to make Sisulizer creating localized files. You can change the directory, file name and file extension naming convention by changing the value in the combo box below the check box. Output directory specifies the root directory where the localized files are written. By default it is the directory of the original file.