SNES Soundtrack File
4.1 | 14 Votes
What is an SPC file?
Audio file extracted from SNES (Super Nintendo Entertainment System) video games; contains a 16-bit, 32KHz soundtrack; often extracted from an SNES ROM using an SNES emulator.
SPC files are used for listening to SNES soundtracks with an SPC audio player. SPC stands for "SPC700," the name of the sound chip that is included in SNES games consoles.
Programs that open SPC files
Software Publisher Certificate File
3.9 | 12 Votes
SPC files are used to digitally sign and authenticate downloaded files and other information on the Web. They can be read by most Web browsers as well as other applications, such as Adobe Reader and email client programs.
Programs that open or reference SPC files
Spectrum 512 Compressed Image
2.5 | 2 Votes
Spectrum 512 was a paint program developed by Boris Tsikanovsky and published by Antic Publishing, in 1987. It is most notable for allowing users to create images that contained up to 512 colors, with 48 unique colors per scan line. (Prior to Spectrum 512's release, images created on the Atari ST could contain only up to 16 colors.)
Images created by Spectrum 512 were saved as SPU, SPC, or SPS files. SPC files are compressed to reduce their file sizes, making them easier to store and share than SPU and SPS files.
NOTE: All Spectrum 512 images are 320 x 200 pixels.
How to open an SPC file
You can open an SPC file with XnViewMP, Netpbm, or Piotr Fusik RECOIL. For example, to open an SPC file with XnViewMP:
- Select File → Open... from the program's menu bar.
- Navigate to and open your SPC file.