.CKB File Extension

A .CKB file is a C++ Keyboard Shortcut File, created by Cricket Technology.

Open with Cricket Audio. Available for Windows.

What is a .CKB file?

The file extension .CKB stands for C++ Keyboard Shortcut File. It is associated with audio files specifically created in the Cricket Bank (CKB) format. This format is commonly used to incorporate sound effects into both mobile and desktop games, as well as other applications. The sounds stored in a .CKB file can be played or triggered during the operation of the game or app.

To open and work with .CKB files, you can use a program called Cricket Audio. Cricket Audio is a tool that supports the integration and manipulation of sound files in the CKB format across various platforms, including Android, iOS, macOS, and Windows.

More detailed information about .CKB files includes how they are created. Developers generate these files using a .CKBX XML file along with a tool called cktool, which is part of the development software provided by Cricket Technology. Cricket Technology also offers an API (Application Programming Interface) that developers can use to create these CKB files and to control how the sounds are played within the game or application.

In summary, if you are dealing with a .CKB file, it is likely related to audio components in a game or app, and you will need Cricket Audio software to open or manipulate this file type.


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