Ecamm’s Call Recorder records your Mac Skype phone calls

Finally, an easy way to record your Skype calls and podcasts. Call Recorder is an add-on for Skype which automatically transforms your calls into QuickTime movies. Calls are saved as QuickTime movies with the local and remote side of the conversation on different tracks. Call Recorder is great for lessons, interviews, podcasts or just having fun. The Call Recorder window allows you to start and stop the recording, as well as adjust recording options.

• Manually start/stop/pause, or record automatically.
• Control file size and quality.
• State-of-the-art AAC file format saves space.
• Convert your calls to MP3 format.
• Try before you buy demo.

Call Recorder makes it easy convert your QuickTime movies into MP3 files. Simply drag a recorded QuickTime movie to the “Convert to MP3” icon and it will create an instant MP3 file out of your movie. You can configure Call Recorder to carefully record and save all internet phone correspondences, ensuring accountability and fulfilling corporate audit-trail needs.

More info and demo download link here.

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Related MacDailyNews articles:
Skype offers free calls to all landline, mobile phones within the US and Canada – May 15, 2006
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  1. Seems to me, you could just plug the mac mini’s speaker out to its microphone in and use GarageBand to record you skype calls. I’m thinking exclusively along the lines of praking people using soundboards under this scenario, like the Miss Cleo soundboard:
    since if you do the speaker out to the mic in thing, I don’t think you’d be able to speak to the caller directly.

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