Seems like every "free" application I accept comes with a lot of spybots and other parasites.
I got tired of poor resolution from Pamela. The low frame rate of Pamela, even at its highest settings, looks like old footage of the moon landings. Hurky-jerky motion, and audio that's not the greatest.
Because I was recording the KTVA Webinars, and I wanted better quality than I was getting with Pamela at the beginning, I bought a program that is a screen capture program called BSR Screen Recorder. There are other comparable programs out there. One thing I don't like about it is that the format the videos comes out in doesn't work in my video editing program unless I convert the files to .wmv first. That takes a little while.
My criteria was that the program have at least the capability to capture at 30 frames per second, which is standard for motion pictures. Skype doesn't quite attain that, but the program used now for the Webinars is pretty close to that.
Your Internet speed on both ends of the Skype has to be good quality high-speed so that what you are recording isn't jerky in the first place. Ken's internet has just been upgraded, so his end is working quite well now.
Has anybody else got recommendations for good skype recording apps?