.STK File Extension
Pivot Animator Stick Figure
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What is an STK file?
An STK file is a stick figure created for use in Pivot Animator, a simple animation program. It contains data that defines the stick figure's main handle and other segments. STK files can be used in Pivot Animator animations (.PIV files).
Pivot Animator is a Windows program that allows you to create stick figure-based animations. Each animation can include any number of stick figure characters or objects. These stick figures are saved as STK files.
Animator includes many default STK files, which are stored in the following directory:
This PC/Documents/Pivot Animator v#/Figures
You can create your own STK files or edit Animator's default STK files using the program's Figure Builder. To open Figure Builder, select File → Create Figure Type from Pivot Animator's menu bar.
Each STK figure includes a main handle, denoted by an orange dot, and additional movable segments, the joints of which are denoted by blue dots. STK figures can also be comprised of sprites, instead of line-based segments.
How to open an STK file
You can open an STK file in Pivot Animator (Windows). To add an STK file to a Pivot Animator animation, select File → Load Figure Type. Then, navigate to and open your STK file.
To open an STK file in Pivot Animator's Figure Builder:
- Select File → Create Figure Type.
- In the Figure Builder window, select File → Open.
- Navigate to and open your STK file.
Programs that open STK files
What is an STK file?
An STK file contains stock calibration information used by Dynojet Power Vision to transfer, or "flash," information to Harley-Davidson motorcycles that tunes various components to improve performance. It stores calibration data for how the motorcycle should run, such as the RPM limit, idle RPM, and throttle blade control. STK files also contain information about the motorcycle, such as the year, make, model, and VIN.
Dynojet Power Vision is a handheld tool that plugs into the data port of a motorcycle and is used to retrieve information from the motorcycle's computer system. The information is saved in the STK file, which can be opened by Dynojet Power Vision software in Windows. STK files are located in the "Stock Files" folder of the "Power Vision" installation folder.