Description: Camersoft MSN Video Recorder is a professional Windows Live Messenger recorder software which could help you to record MSN webcam during conversation and save as AVI files. This MSN Recorder use new technique to capture the original video data of MSN video call. And with the simple and friendly user interface, the MSN webcam recorder is very easy to use, only a few clicks are needed to complete your MSN recording.
In addition, Camersoft MSN Video Recorder is even integrated with advanced video converter tool, with which you could easily convert the MSN recorder video files to many other formats, including MP4, WMV, iPod, Zune, Mobile Phone, MP3, etc.. This will help you greatly to share the MSN videos with your family and friends. You could free download to try it and get the free upgrade after purchase.
(1) Record both your webcam and your MSN chatmate's video with high quality.
(2) Compatible with All versions of MSN and Windows Live Messenger, including new Windows Live Messenger 2009!
(3) Support Preview and Snapshot
After recording MSN, you could load the video into Camersoft Video Converter
to replay it and take "Snapshot" to save your favorite screen as BMP pictures.
(4) Advanced video Conversion options
The converter not only support so many output formats, but enable you to set
the video resolution and video bitrate to fit different player or mobie phone screen.
If you need only audio, you could also extract the audio from the AVI files into MP3.
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Camersoft MSN Webcam Recorder 1.2.22 Camersoft MSN Webcam Recorder provides you the best way to record MSN webcam video streams of your chat partner and save as AVI files to hard disk, which you could replay anytime
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