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.CLK File Extension

File Type 1Corel R.A.V.E Project File

DeveloperCorel
Popularity
3.6 (9 Votes)
CategoryData Files
FormatBinary

Binary

This file is saved in a binary format, which requires a specific program to read its contents.

What is a CLK file?

Project file created by Corel R.A.V.E, an object-based animation program used to create animated graphics; contains text, images, and other objects, such a buttons and custom shapes; also includes the animation settings.

More Information

CLK files are often used to create animations and movies for Web pages. Corel R.A.V.E. is similar to the Adobe Flash development environment and can export movies to Adobe's .SWF format.

NOTE: Corel discontinued Corel R.A.V.E after version 3. It was last offered as a program in the CorelDRAW Graphics Suite version 12 software package.

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Programs that open CLK files
Updated 4/22/2010

File Type 2ClickView Video File

DeveloperClickView
Popularity
2.7 (3 Votes)
CategoryVideo Files
FormatN/A

Unknown

File format categories include Binary, Text, XML, and Zip. The format of this file type has not been determined.

.CLK File Association 2

Video file created by ClickView, a media suite for the education, corporate, and government sectors; contains video and any related metadata needed to import into the ClickView library server.

More Information

To import a CLK file into your library, click Import in the "Downloads" section once the selected video has downloaded in the ClickView Exchange Client.

If that method does not work, you can also right-click the folder you want to import the video, select Import ClickView Video Package, go to the location of your CLK file, select the file, and click Open.

Programs that open CLK files
Updated 11/29/2013

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