Camersoft Yahoo Video Recorder is excellent video capture and recorder software, which can help you to capture Yahoo Messenger image and voice, save as AVI video when you have a video call with your friends online.
Jan 25, 2015 18:10:12
Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista
Description: Camersoft Yahoo Video Recorder is excellent video capture and recorder software, which can help you to capture Yahoo Messenger image and voice, save as AVI video when you have a video call with your friends online. So you could save the video chat history easily on your PC and replay them in the future.
In addition, Camersoft Studio provides another useful software: Video Converter, which can convert video to many popular formats: AVI, MP4, WMV, FLV, MP3, OGG, etc..And you could convert the recorded AVI to many devices: iPhone, iPad, PSP, Zune,Nokia phone, BlackBerry and so on.
(1) Easy to use for beginners.
Only several mouse clicks are needed to complete a video recording.
(2) High quality Video/Audio capture.
Integrated with powerful recording engine, this video recorder capture the
voice directly from soundcard, and can save the image in best quality.
(3) Support new Window 7 OS
Compatible with Windows 7/Vista/XP/2000
(4) Free download to try and free to upgrade
With best technical support and upgrade service, there is no risk to purchase it.
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