Audio and video calls can be recorded on Skype through a third-party app, Pamela
Microsoft Corporation’s (NASDAQ:MSFT) Skype comes equipped with several handy features, but it does lack a few important ones. Even though Skype has been available for quite some time, it lacks a video and call recording feature. Fortunately, there is a way to record audio and video calls, and here’s how you can make it possible.
Download the latest version of Skype. Download Pamela for Skype and install it. Once Pamela is installed, access Skype. Skype will detect Pamela and will provide instructions on how third-party applications work. Whenever an audio or video call is made or received, Pamela will give you the option to record.
Pamela comes with several options like pause, start and end recordings. Additionally, it comes with several handy tools and features like emoticons but in the form of audio messages. Users can also record their own voice, and can do so through the ‘Custom Recording’ icon that is available on Pamela’s menu bar.
Now that you have added a useful third party app to Skype, you can enhance your experience even more. Skype already has an impressive set of tools, but Pamela can make meetings, video conferences and conversations with friends a lot more interesting and fun than they could have been before. Moreover, there are several other third-party apps out there that can enhance Skype’s existing capabilities and introduce new features as well, such as SkyHistory, Clownfish and On Air.