Creating and managing content packages is a task that requires some specialized knowledge as well as a befitting set of tools which can edit and deliver metadata in universally compatible formats. To carry out such tasks, users can enlist the help of a utility called RELOAD Editor.
Plain interface with a simple layout
Setting up this application is a simple job, since all you have to do is unpack it and it will be ready to run, since it doesn't require installation.
The functions you can use to edit and manage the metadata and other content can be accessed directly from the main toolbar, or from the corresponding menus in which they are organized.
Basic editing features and viewing options
RELOAD Editor is equipped for carrying out some elementary modifications to the newly created or to the existing files. Thus, besides the usual cut, copy, paste and delete operations, you will be able to move items form the content package up or down, as well as undo or redo actions on the spot.
When a file is selected from the 'Files' or 'Content Package' areas of the main window, you will have the possibility to view them by selecting this command from the dedicated menu. In the same place resides the previewing function, a great helper for those who wish to check out how the entire package looks like before zipping it and having it ready for distribution.
Minimalistic set of functions for simple tasks
All things considered, RELOAD Editor is a decent program that is suited for uncomplicated jobs that involve adding, editing, importing or exporting metadata and content packages.
The ability to convert schema from selected files is a plus, but these advantages are too few in number and impact on the output to place this tool among the best applications of its kind.