updated 06:55 pm EST, Tue March 1, 2011
Can be set to automatically record all calls
IMCapture, a software call recorder already available for Skype and Yahoo Messenger, has announced its latest version, aimed specifically at FaceTime for Mac. Users who receive or initiate calls using FaceTime for Mac (now final, $1 in the App Store) can record the call for later conversion to standard video formats or for reviewing details of calls.
The program can be set to run in the background and thus automatically record any incoming or outgoing FaceTime call (from either an iPhone 4 or another Mac), or activated manually. Users have the option of recording just audio if preferred (can be saved as AAC, MP3 or WMA format), and after the call is over the video files can be exported in one of several QuickTime-supported formats (MOV, MPEG-4, SWF and FLV among others). The program captures both video streams, allowing for easy editing in video programs such as iMovie.
IMCapture for FaceTime requires OS X 10.6 or higher, FaceTime for Mac, and costs $50.