The file extension ITC is associated with iTunes Cover Flow and UTHSCSA Image Tool. iTunes Cover Flow is a graphical application used with iTunes and other Apple products for the purpose of locating files and libraries using a variety of different types of artwork. UTHSCSA Image Tool is an image processing and analysis application which provides a way to process and print images in a wide variety of formats.
If the file extension ITC is related to iTunes Cover Flow, it is a data file type that contains artwork, three dimensional effects and metadata for iTunes tracks that include cover artwork. If the ITC files are used by iTunes Cover Flow for other Apple products, they can contain different graphics which are used to locate files and digital libraries.
If the ITC file extension is associated with UTHSCSA Image Tool, the file is a settings file type that contains calibration data and settings configurations for the UTHSCSA application. The files also contain user preferences, themes, and other elements which are used to process images with the UTHSCSA Image Tool.
How to Open ITC Files
Since the file extension ITC is associated with more than one program or application, double click on the file to see if it will automatically open in a default program you have installed on your PC. ITC files can consist of different file types, so you may already have a program which will open the file.
If the ITC file is created with iTunes Cover Flow and you use Windows or Mac OS X, you can open it using Apple iTunes. iTunes is available for download on the Apple website and is offered in a version for Windows and another for Mac OS X. ITC files which are referenced to other Apple products can be opened using the specific application the ITC file is associated with.
ITC files that are created with UTHSCSA Image Tool can be opened using the Image Tool application. The UTHSCSA Image Tool is available on the UTHSCSA website and is compatible with Microsoft Windows 9x, Windows ME, and Windows NT.
Since ITC files associated with UTHSCSA also contain built-in scripting, you can open and view the contents of the files using any text editing program. If you use Windows, you can open ASC files with WordPad or Notepad. For Mac OS X, you can open ITC files using Apple TextEdit, TextMate, or MacVim. For the Linux operating system, you can use AbiWord, gEdit, Nano Editor, or Vim to open ITC files.