4.3 | 9 Votes
What is a PT file?
A PT file is a machine learning model created using PyTorch, an open-source machine learning library developed by Meta. It contains algorithms used to automatically perform a task, such as natural language processing or image identification. PT files can be imported into a variety of machine learning and algorithm-related applications.
PyTorch is a Python-based machine learning library that developers use to create machine learning models. Developers save PyTorch models using the torch.save(model, PATH) command, in files that use either the .pt or .PTH extension.
Developers and data scientists can then import their PT files into a relevant application to perform a task. For example, some natural language processing applications allow developers to import a PT file and use it for sequence prediction and to generate sequence-to-sequence models.
How to open a PT file
PT files are not meant to be opened. Instead, they are meant to be integrated or imported into an application, where they can be trained further or used to perform a task.
Developers using PyTorch (multiplatform) can load a PT file using the model = torch.load(PATH) command. Users importing a PT file into another application should follow that application's instructions.
Programs that open or reference PT files
Panther Project File
|The Panther Team
3.1 | 19 Votes
Project file saved by Panther, a visual programming toolkit used to create small interactive games; contains all game information, including variables, motion instructions, logic, sounds, and other game assets; used for developing interactive stories, animations, games, music, and art.
Panther projects are also saved with the .PNT extension. The two extensions can be used interchangeably.
NOTE: Panther is a spin-off from the much more popular Scratch, a game development toolkit created at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Scratch is used heavily in educational environments for teaching students creative programming skills.