I have been looking to find a way to record my Skype video calls.
I do most of my interviews using Skype because my AT&T reception is very bad, I have to sit in my balcony in the northwest corner.
I often lean over the balcony to get better reception.
You download the app and follow the easy to understand installation instructions. I thought to myself there must be a free version out there somewhere and then I discovered MP3 Skype Recorder.
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.
The calls are recorded using the i Phone recording app carefully positioned closely to my laptop speakers.
I still have no idea why Skype doesn’t implement this functionality.
Until that happens it’s time for me to branch out and find a better way to record my Vo IP calls. In my search I came up with 5 great Skype call recorder apps.
Pamela [for Windows] is free to download and allows you to record Skype calls.
It works on Windows devices and according to the website its certified by Skype.
Here is a list of all the features that it has: My main concern with the fluorescent purple app, is that recording times is restricted to 15 mins.
Interviews that I do, only start to get interesting after 15 mins in, the free version of Pamela was not going to cut it with me.
The premium version allows for unlimited call recording for .