Record Skype Video
When it comes to learning how to record a Skype video, it really is not hard. Even those who are not particularly technical or smart with the computer can learn to do this easy task. Recording a Skype video will allow you to view the video for a later reference, and all you really need is a free Skype plugin that will let you do this easily. Continue reading to learn how to record a Skype video.
Before starting, you will need the following tools:
- High-speed internet
- Computer with one GB of ram or more
- Skype Supertintin plugin
Let's get started!
- Open Skype. After opening Skype and logging in, you may get ready to install the Skype plugin you will use to record the video. Skype must be open and running before installation occurs. Also, if you prefer that you are left alone during installation, you should set your status to the invisible mode.
- Open "Tools" in menu bar. After clicking "Tools" from the menu bar, click "Extras", followed by "Get Extras". When you click "Get Extras", the Extras Manager will pop open. The Extras Manager will help you find the plugin you need to record the Skype video.
- Search for the Skype plugin. To do this, simply type the words "record video" into the Extras Manager search area. A plugin called Supertintin Recorder should appear quickly. To choose this plugin for installation, simply click the green colored button next to it. The Supertintin Recorder plugin will install into your hard drive.
- Allow installation. The installation wizard will appear and will direct you to properly installing the plugin recorder. This should not take too long, and you do not need to restart your computer when it has been completed. Supertintin Recorder should open up as a completely separate window whenever you open Skype once installation is processed.
- Record! Once you have installed Supertintin, you are able to record your videos on Skype with just the simple click of a button. The bright red "Record" button is all you need to push whenever you start a video and wish to record it. Now, wasn't that easy?