There’s not much to not like about Skype. It’s mostly free. Almost everyone who’s online uses or has access to Skype. The bad news is that Skype is owned by Microsoft and other than Windows and Office, pretty much whatever else Microsoft touches seems to die, so there you go.
What I’ve always wanted to do with Skype can now be done with Call Recorder for Skype. As the name suggests, this Mac app lets you record Skype calls; both audio and video. Think of the possibilities. Now you’ll be able to record conversations of loved ones or friends from around the world and play them back whenever you choose.
Or, use Call Recorder for Skype to record audio and video of important business calls. Whatever you see on your Mac’s screen gets recorded with a click. It’s that easy.
Start, stop, pause, or record with a click. Call Recorder for Skype integrates into Skype’s preferences so you can control both file size and quality, including H.264 HD resolution video, which are saved as movies on your Mac. Audio calls can be saved as MP3 audio files, too, so they’re easy to share with others.
Call Recorder for Skype has been around a few years and just does the job. Everything you see in Skype gets recorded– audio and video– so you can play it back later– in widescreen HD video if your camera supports it. And, it’s try-before-you-buy.