Since the fall 2009 release of its VodBurner Skype video call recording software the Netralia team has offered the ability to record, edit and upload or publish Skype video calls. Their challenge has been to keep up to the ensuing enhancements in Skype video calling:
- from VGA resolution at 30 frames per second (“fps”) to 720p (initially at 22 fps, now at 30 fps) to the recent availability of 1080p at 30 fps
- the various Skype-certified HD webcams from FREETALK, FaceVsion and Logitech
- changes in the Skype for Windows software and how it handles video calling
As reported last week the new Logitech HD Pro Webcam C920 finally makes it feasible to participate in Skype video calls at 720p resolution at 30 fps1; the recent launch of the TelyHD Skype video calling platform has made it possible to make Skype calls from any TV set with an HDMI input – also 720p at 30 fps.
And now VodBurner has the ability to record 720p HD video calls followed by editing and sharing the recording.
What follows is a short clip from a video that will appear in a forthcoming post about the TelyHD. Using VodBurner the video was recorded onto a Windows PC where the Logitech C920 served as the webcam; the person being interviewed was using Skype for TV on a TelyHD Android-based platform that incorporates an HD webcam (720p @ up to 30 fps).
Note that this is a short clip from the beginning of the interview simply to demonstrate VodBurner recording HD video. For the full video go to the review post for the TelyHD platform (link coming when published).
Here’s the Skype for Windows Call Technical Info behind this call (click on the image to enlarge):
I expect to be doing an interview with VodBurner’s Jeremy Hague soon to discuss VodBurner and its many features in more detail.
Requirements on the recording side: Skype 5.8 for Windows, VodBurner 188.8.131.52 or later, Logitech C920 webcam, Internet service with at least 1.0 Mpbs upload speed.
Download VodBurner with installation instructions here.
1 My service provider’s upload speed does not support consistent 1080p resolution.