.INK File Extension
- Developer by: Mimio
- Category: Data Files
What are .INK files and how to open them?
Can't open .INK file? Are you wondering what it contains? On our site we will explain to you what this file is, what it is used for and what software opens the .INK file.
What is a .INK file extension?
.INK file extension is created by Mimio. .INK has been classified as Data Files.
.INK is Mimio Ink Data File
"Electronic whiteboard" format saved by Mimio, a program that allows the user to draw on a tablet computer screen using a digital pen; records notes, diagrams, charts, and illustrations drawn on the whiteboard in Digital Ink Recording mode; saves data in an object-based vector format.
INK files support full editing, including scaling and rotating objects and changing the color or line thickness of shapes. Pages and objectswithin pages can also be reordered. INK files also support copying and pasting of selected data to other applications.
List of all softwares that can open the Mimio Ink Data File
File Type 2:
Developer by: W3C Category: Vector Image Files Format: XML
Digital pen drawing saved using the Inke Markup Language (InkML), an XML file format used to save digitally drawn images and notes; contains a vector graphic stored as one or more sequences of connected points.
INK files are used for storing pen strokes and redrawing them using trace functions. They can be resized without losing the quality of the original pen stroke curves since the trace functions interpolate between points.
List of all softwares that can open the InkML Image
File Type 3:
Pantone Reference File
Developer by: Pantone Category: Raster Image Files
Contains color information related to a specific image file; saved in a standard format defined by Pantone, Inc; should be stored in the same directory as the corresponding image file.
List of all softwares that can open the Pantone Reference File
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File Type 4:
Pocket PC Handwritten Note
Developer by: Pocket PC Category: Vector Image Files
Textual note or drawing created on a Pocket PC PDA using a digital pen; saved in a proprietary vector image format, which makes it possible to scale the drawing without losing quality.