File created by Parallels Desktop, a virtualization tool used to run Windows or Linux on Intel-based Mac systems; contains a copy of a .PVS file; stored in the Snapshots folder where the PVS file is located.
PVC files are part of a virtual machine snapshot. They capture the exact state of the virtual machine configuration file so that it can be reloaded at a later time.
Proprietary audio recording format used by Panasonic Voice Editing Software (for Panasonic IC Recorder RR-US361/360); may be saved to a computer using the "Convert to Mail Transfer Format" function in the Panasonic Voice Editing Software; also known as a VM1 file.
Because the VM1 format can only be played using Panasonic software, the Panasonic Mini Player (VS2_VM1_Player.exe) should be included with any VM1 files sent to another user.
Program(s) that open .PVC files
Panasonic Voice Editing Software (included with IC recorders)