Skype video calls seem to come in two forms. Calls you wish you hadn’t made (often with business associates). Or, family calls you wish you could record and save on your Mac.
The Call Recorder for Skype app records Skype calls, which instantly makes it valuable two ways. For family Skype calls you get a movie– a complete record of the call, including both sides of the video call. For business use, you get a movie which also acts as an audit trail of who said what and when.
Here’s how it works.
Install Call Recorder for Skype on your Mac. Open Skype and check the Recording settings in Skype’s Preferences.
Call Recorder for Skype’s controls couldn’t be much easier. When you launch Skype you’ll see the floating Call Recorder window. Click the big red record button to begin recording the video.
You’ll see audio represented with green meters for input audio and output audio.
An extra bonus is the Add Marker function, which allows you to create a quick annotation in real time.
Call Recorder for Skype records video calls in split screen mode or picture-in-picture. This makes Skype an even better tool for family calls, business calls, or podcast productions.
And, yes, the app is fully try-before-you-buy. If you want a record of your Skype video calls, this is the app to use.