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Ecamm introduces Call Recorder for FaceTime

Steve Sande, @stevensande
November 21, 2014
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Ecamm Network has made a name for itself with some really great Mac products over the years, things like Printopia, an app that makes it possible to turn any Mac or PC attached printer into an AirPrint-compatible powerhouse. Now the company has just introduced Call Recorder for FaceTime (US$29.95), designed to record FaceTime calls - both audio and video - to your Mac.

We'll have a full review of the app next week, but in the meantime, feast your eyes on this list of features:

  • Records FaceTime chats, podcasts and interviews in HD
  • Calls can be converted to MP3 for podcasting or into internet-ready movies for YouTube or Vimeo
  • Using Handoff to relay a phone call from your iPhone? Call Recorder can record it for you (perfect if you're calling Comcast to dump your account...)

Sounds cool, right? Here's a short video describing the app in more detail. You can download and try Call Recorder for FaceTime for free for seven days to see if it does the job for you. The app requires Mac OS X 10.8 or newer, and of course FaceTime for Mac.

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