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New Skype Recorder Offers Unlimited Call Recording

February 08, 2013

By Amanda Ciccatelli,
TMCnet Web Editor

As of recently, call recording has become a key feature for business of all sizes, offering countless benefits from saving vital business calls to examining customer satisfaction.

These days, Skype (News - Alert) is becoming increasingly popular as its advantages over mobile phones are being seen by virtually everyone. But, Skype keeps evolving and growing as consumers ask for more. Now, people want to be able to record Skype video and audio conferences to fulfill their personal or business needs, and their wish is being granted.


Recently, DVDVideoSoft decided to respond to this huge demand by creating the free and easy-to-use  video call recorder called Free Video Call Recorder for Skype has a clear interface and lets users easily record and save video and audio conversations.

DVDVideoSoft is an independent developer of multimedia software programs for video and audio processing. Currently, it offers 49 multifunctional easy-to-use applications with step-by-step instructions on how to solve a variety of multimedia tasks with the help of its programs and even provides free support in English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Russian, and Japanese.

This application works in way modes including picture-in-picture recording , which creates a real atmosphere of the video session; third party recording; and audio recording only audio from Skype conversations. Specifically, the best part about the new Skype call recording application is that it’s not time limited with the ability to record as many conversations as you need.

In addition, the Video Call Recorder for Skype is provided as separate download and added to Free Studio after installation. Currently, the package consists of 49 applications and fulfills multimedia tasks including video and audio downloading, conversion and editing.

Later this year, DVDVideoSoft is planning to add Mac OS X support.




Edited by Rich Steeves



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