In a previous post I wrote about getting Soundflower to work with El Capitan. Here, I want to outline how you can use it to enable complete Skype video call recording – including both side of the conversation as well as the video. There’s lots of information around about recording the OTHER side of the video chat, but less about both sides. There use to be a Soundflower add-on called Flowerbed that facilitated this but is has now ceased development. There are also an amazing number of apps you can buy – some for $70-$80 that will do it for you too! Let’s do it for free 😀
Not an earth shattering problem. I use soundflower extensively to facilitate screen recordings over Facetime on my iMac. Without it, it is really difficult to record system sounds as well as my external mic.
After updating to OS X El Capitan I found that soundflower simply wasn’t ‘there’ and didn’t/wouldn’t run. A quick google brought me to THIS PAGE – with the instructions working perfectly. Only thing I did differently was delete the old soundflower from the system – and yes, the uninstall soundflower option did still work.
So far so good – no major problems and the software I’ve been using that relies on soundflower is back to normal.
For those interested, there is some background information HERE explaining the problem.
Seems like a good idea – as long as the security aspects of all my comments winging their way to him and back again are sorted out!
As far as I can work out – your comments get sent to them for analysis, get the yes or no and then sent back for my system to display or not…..The trick is to keep the central spam register accurate – let’s hope it works!
I think it will…. 🙂