Wednesday, June 27, 2007

What are BIK Files? - AntGuru123 from YouTube wants to know how he can convert his BIK files, from an EA Sports game, into a format that Windows Movie Maker can use.

Jake Ludington from MediaBlab chimes in on this:

BIK files are Bink & Smacker files, in theory you can convert from BIK to AVI with the free Bink & Smacker tool; however, there may be some problems as certain BIK files have settings which causes the video conversion to be in a lower quality than what the video game may display.

You can download the free Bink tools from RAD Game Designs.

Want to embed our What are BIK files? video in your blog? Use this code:

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