MP3 Skype Recorder: Record Skype Calls on Windows

This is not the first software to record a voice conversation on Skype, there are quite a few, such as CallGraph. But, all the others aren’t as advanced as the one that I’m going to talk about.


You can just about do anything with the settings and improve or compress the quality and size of the call that you’re about to record. MP3 Skype Recorder is a really nice and advanced software to Record Skype Calls in high quality audio.

MP3 Skype Recorder Software:

This software also records conference and SkypeOut calls and lets the user know when it starts recording, the duration of the call, the quality it’s being recorded at and other call information. So, whenever you start recording a call on your system, this will let you know right away by showing a pop-up window at the bottom.

MP3 Skype Recorder

As you can see in the screenshot above, MP3 Skype Recorder includes the option to select what bitrate you want to record the call at, recording mode and the usual start, stop and play button. Unfortunately, this software doesn’t have a built in audio player, so when you click on play it will direct you to the saved recordings folder. You can change the folder to save the skype recordings from the software, but if you don’t want to then you’ll find the default directory under C:\Users\XYZ\AppData\Roaming\MP3SkypeRecorder\MP3.

Record Skype CallsIf you want to turn off the recording software, then you can do it directly from Quick Launch. You can even exit the program from here. If you leave recording on, then it will start recording the moment you start a Skype Call or receive one. Once the recording is complete, it will show you another pop-up with the recording name with the option to play it using your default Audio player.

MP3 Skype Recorder works only on Windows operating systems and you can download it for free from here.

Have you ever tried recording your Skype conversation using any other methods? Give this a try and let us know what do you prefer?

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