.PVC File Extension
File Type 1Parallels Desktop Copied Configuration File
This file is saved in a binary format, which requires a specific program to read its contents.
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.
File Type 2Panasonic VM1 Voice File
File format categories include Binary, Text, XML, and Zip. The format of this file type has not been determined.
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.