How to Record Skype Video and Audio calls for Windows and Mac

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Pamela [Win]

It is free to download and allows you to record calls you make using Skype. It works on Windows devices and according to the website its certified by Skype. Here is a list all the features that it has: Skype Call Recording Skype Video Recording Skype Chat Recording Skype Call Transfer Skype Call Scheduler Record calls automatically Mono/Stereo recording option Skype Conference Call manager Create cool mood messages Answering Machine Play sounds during calls Blogging & Podcasting.

MP3 Skype Recorder [Win]

It allows you to record calls you make using Skype. It’s features include: It’s absolutely free with no limits attached. Automatic or manual recording capabilities. Compact format of stored records (mp3 files). May be used to record P2P, SkypeOut calls and calls made to Online number. Can split the caller and the person called into different tracks, saving it separately Easy integration with Skype Conference recording. Intuitive easy to use interface. It is made for Windows users and the software is aimed for professional recordings of Skype conversations. Which is great when you need to keep track of phone conversations, either by legal requirements, or for job security. It works in the background and begins to record conversations automatically at the exact moment they start. However you can also record conversations manually, which is better . All the recordings are stored in convenient MP3, OGG, WMA or WAV format.

WireTap Studio [Mac]

It lets you record, edit, and export all audio on your Mac, from a specific app (like Skype or iTunes) or an external microphone. For tasks, like recording an iChat conversation, you can access WireTap Studio’s features directly from its streamlined controller window. The rest of WireTap Studio’s interface is also reassuringly easy to use, with handy tools for editing. It has a nifty feature which allows you to record from two sources at once. However it comes with a price tag of $69.

Ecamm Call Recorder [Mac]

The only App which comes gives you recording controls in Skype. It comes with an automatic recording feature like MP3 Skype Recorder. After each recording the files are saved into a folder on your Mac, with the callers name and date. Other features it boasts: Record Video Calls with Picture-in-Picture Share Recordings in MP3 Format Designed for Mac Users by Mac Users Advanced Compression Technology Saves Space Ecamm costs $19.95 to purchase but you can download a free demo here. If you’re looking for a device for both Mac and PC then give IMcapture a try.

IMcapture [Mac/Win]

This App captures and records audio calls made from Skype. The calls are saved in MP4-AAC format. It is great for personal use. Other features include: Record audio Skype Share recorded calls Playback important Create a CD from a saved call to distribute New Skype 5.0 support Record Audio or Video Record Audio and Video Start and stop recording any time Time Lapse indicator Output Folder location control MP3, WMA or AAC audio file formats Quicktime Movies (MOV), MPEG4, MPEG, VOB, PSP MPEG4, SWF and FLV video file formats. IMcapture’s control panel is straightforward and easy to use. With the ability to record audio calls automatically or start and stop recording where you like. You can also change the Sample Rate to improve the recording quality or decrease the file size. It costs $49.95

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William Fieldhouse

I currently work full time as a penetration tester and have been involved within the IT security industry for over a decade. I also love to pioneer any forms of new technology and ideologies for future advancements. Feel free to contact me at [email protected]

William Fieldhouse

I currently work full time as a penetration tester and have been involved within the IT security industry for over a decade. I also love to pioneer any forms of new technology and ideologies for future advancements. Feel free to contact me at [email protected]