Camersoft AIM Video Recorder is a professional streaming video recording tool, which can help you to record AIM (AOL Messenger) Video and Audio into AVI files and save on your PC easily, so you could replay the video and enjoy chat history easily.
Apr 11, 2012 12:53:10
Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista
Description: Camersoft AIM Video Recorder is a professional streaming video recording tool, which can help you to record AIM (AOL Messenger) Video and Audio into AVI files and save on your PC easily, so you could replay the video and enjoy chat history easily. Morever, this AIM Recorder software provides you a useful Video Converter tool,with which you could convert recorded video to many popular formats: MP4, WMV, MPEG, AVI, DIVX, etc..
(1) Easy to use
With simple UI, even for beginners, only several mouse clicks are needed
to complete aim video recording.
(2) High quality Video/Audio capture.
Integrated with powerful recording technology, the AIM recorder captures the
audio directly from soundcard, and encode the video and audio with best quality.
(3) Support Window 7
(4) Free Download and Free Upgrade
You could free download the setup file to have a trial recording.
And after payment, you could get free upgradation in the future.
Now you could download and record your AIM video freely!
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