DeanSlotness 09:00 19 Jul 07


Is it possible record yahoo/MSN/Paltalk webcams? I mean I want to record so that I can watch them again. I don’t mean to misuse them. I just want to record for my personal use.

If this is not the right place to ask this question then please guide me where to post this?

Thanks you and Regards

  LyleMata 09:08 19 Jul 07


This might not be the right place to ask this question but luckily I know the answer (or at least I think I know … lol ).
Try webcam video capture. Webcam Video Capture is free I guess. I record videos on webcam through it.

Let me know if you need further info.

  Stuartli 09:09 19 Jul 07

If you have Firefox, the DownloadHelper will be ideal:

click here

This link also lists it for Windows All:

click here

  Stuartli 09:11 19 Jul 07

If you mean using a webcam and not recording Internet webcams streaming, then your webcam software should already have the means to capture stills and video from it.

  CarmenLopez 09:25 19 Jul 07

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