File used by Microsoft Visual SourceSafe, a version control system that integrates with Visual Studio; contains source code control information used to get and commit developer files; used by the application for managing local copies of projects under source control.
SCC files are never committed to the version control repository. Instead, they are used for communicating with the repository. Example SCC filenames include Mssccprj.scc (plain text file), VSSVer.scc, and VSSVer2.scc.
Video file created by ScreenFlow, a Mac OS X desktop screen recording application; stores the captured video in a proprietary format; may also include audio captured from a computer microphone or from the computer's sound card.
SCC files are used for saving unrendered video before it is exported to the final video format. ScreenFlow supports export formats such as Flash, YouTube, .MOV, iPhone, and others.
NOTE: SCC files are actually stored within a .SCREENFLOW file, which is a bundle that includes all files for the screen recording project. They are stored in the /Media/ subdirectory.
Closed captioning file used by Scenarist as well as other DVD authoring programs; used for encoding closed captions onto DVDs; includes text and timing information, which syncs the text with the movie.