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PostPosted: Tue Apr 04, 2006 2:12 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

1. Download, install and run i-Sound WMA MP3 Recorder. With it you can record Skype conversations, Internet broadcasts, streaming media and sounds from your microphone.


2. Click the Settings button to open the i-Sound Recorder program settings.


3. Click on Mixer to open its settings. To record a Skype conversations, Internet broadcast or streaming media choose Stereo Mix from the Select Recording Source options menu. Some sound cards use different name for this input so instead of Stereo Mix option you might see "WAVE", "What U Hear" or "Wave Out".

If you want to record from your microphone select Microphone in Select Recording Source options menu.

You may check the Mixer Lock option - this would prevent another program from switching the input device while recording.


4. If you don't want to specify every time output file name for the record you can set-up iSound Recorder to generate them automatically. Select the General options menu. In File Name Options choose Generate auto name from date/time and change the Destination File Folder if you wish.

Click Close to exit the settings menu and move forward to recording.


5. Before starting to record you can adjust the volume level from the slide to the right. You can also adjust the volume at any time while recording. When you are ready to start recording click the Start record button in the middle.


6. When you have finished you can stop the recording by pressing the Stop record button.


If you wish to playback the just recorded file simply click the Play button.


1. If you wish to skip silent pauses while recording you may activate VOX mode. Go to Settings -> Vox and check the Activate VOX mode option.

2. The default output file format of the recording is is MPEG Layer 3(mp3). You can select a different format from Settings -> Codecs menu. The available formats are MP2, OGG, WMA, WAV and APE. For the different formats you can change additional setting like bitrate, mode and compression.

3. Sometimes Windows will set as recording device USB microphone or other device instead of your sound card and you might not be able to record in Stereo Mix mode. To fix this go to Control Panel -> Sounds, Speech, and Audio Devices -> Sounds and Audio Devices -> Audio and in Sound Recording -> Default device choose your sound card.

For Window 2000 this option is located at Control Panel -> Sound and Multimedia -> Audio -> Sound Recording.
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 16, 2007 12:05 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

SkypeCap records Skype microphone audio chatting and Skype real-time video.

SkypeCap can set:
- video compression codec;
- audio compression codec;
- customize width and height;
- output frame rate.

Start saving your video and audio sessions with your family, friends, partners or anyone from Skype!
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