Windows cannot open BIK files?
When Windows cannot determine which application to use to open this file format type, the cause could be:
We strongly recommend that you run a Instant Scan for related errors.
The BIK extension is used by RAD Game Tools to identify a video format used on PCs and personal gaming consoles. BIK files contain movie clips that can be played with the BINK Video Player for Mac OS X, and with the RAD Video Tools program for Windows.BINK Video is a multipurpose codec application that can decode various media file types like WAV, WMV and MP3 and encode them as BIK files, which makes them much smaller and allow the computer or console to apply more CPU power to other aspects of the application. The BINK application compresses data at better quality levels with a significantly faster playback time. The BIK file type is an independent production that can stand alone on a variety of platforms.
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