There are 5 other file types using
the SCX file extension!

empty icon.scx - Game scenario [common]

scx icon.scx - ColoRIX bitmap image

scx icon.scx - FoxPro main screen description data

scx icon.scx - Microsoft Class Browser form

empty icon.scx - SuperCard Help project file

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SCX file extension - Sony GigaPocket scene information file

What is scx file? How to open scx files?

File type specification:

Digital video and movie file type icon Digital video and movie file type

The SCX file extension is also used by Sony GigaPocket. Sony's Giga Pocket engine powers the PC's entertainment functions. Its MPEG2 encoder allows users to convert old family movies on analog tape to a digital format. And Sony's exclusive Click to DVD authoring software offers real-time encoding and variable bit capabilities for quick, professional-looking DVDs. Dual-format DVD burning drives ensure no-hassle DVD creation.

An *.scx file contains TV scene information.

Help how to open:

Many common video formats can be played back with some universal media player like VLC player. However, some highly specialized and proprietary formats may only be supported in certain players that are usually provided by the original developer.

For general information try to look at:
Basic info how to open video and movie files

How to convert:

Generally speaking, you will need a multimedia converter if you want to convert one video format to another. You can find hundreds of converters on the internet, but their quality may vary and many may not even support every video format. So always use some of the more popular and reliable software first.

For general information try to look at:
Basic info how to convert video and movie files

Related links:

Sony website

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