Call Recorder for Skype for Mac2.5.19
Call Recorder is a versatile and very easy-to-use Skype add-on for OS X designed to make it as simple and straightforward as possible to record the audio and video calls you take in part using Skype.
Record any type of video and audio Skype conversation
Moreover, with the help of the Call Recorder application, you will be able to quickly and effortlessly capture interviews, lessons, podcasts and other interactions for later transcribing and analysis.
Call Recorder features a minimal and clean styled user interface with buttons to start, stop or pause recording, reveal the recording file, access the recording settings or to add a marker to your recorder.
Helps you create your own recording markers and monitor the Skype recording’s audio levels
In addition, the app also comes with a “Add Marker” window which will enable you to add notes to a particular time in the recording that would look like this: “00:00:30:55 - Jane's Question”.
Furthermore, while using Call Recorder on your Mac to create Skype recordings, you can also view the audio level meters of the input and output sound of the remote party's microphone and yours, respectively.
This way, you can make sure that the resulting Skype capture file does not feature any kind of audio problems because of faulty and bad configured microphones.
AAC and H.264 encoded Skype capture
Call Recorder also allows you to record video calls in widescreen HD, meaning that you can capture your calls exactly as you see them, in real-time.
What’s more, the recordings will not occupy a large amount of disk space on your Mac’s hard drive, thanks to the highly optimized and storage-aware AAC audio and H.264 video codecs.
Split captures using the built-in recording splitter
As an extra advantage, Call Recorder features a set of tools that help you convert your Quicktime recordings to various formats (i.e. FLV, AAC, AIFF, MP3).
Additional tools also include a movie track splitter and a tool to split the sides of a conversation, specifically designed to make it simpler to transcribe interviews for publishing.