[Air-L] How to record online video interviews (audio and video)?
karin at bollden.se
Wed Oct 19 02:04:04 PDT 2011
I want to thank you all for sharing your experiences about using different
technologies for recording online synchronous interviews. Some of you asked
me to summarise and share the collective knowledge concerning the usage of
different technologies. Below you find a list with mentioned tools:
- Audio Hijack Pro.
- Call Recorder
- Power Gramo
- Snapz Pro.
- Adobe Connect (built in technology for recording)
Montathar Faraon shared a link to a list where 16 applications are listed (9
for PC, 4 for Mac and 3 for iPhones and iPads):
I am very grateful that you took your time to help me out!
Many best wishes
On Thu, Oct 13, 2011 at 5:01 PM, Karin Bolldén <karin at bollden.se> wrote:
> Dear all
> I've been a lurker on this list for a while now, but now it's time to come
> forth :) My name is Karin Bolldén and I am a doctoral student in Educational
> Research at the Department of Studies in Adult, Popular and Higher
> Education, Linköping university, Sweden. My research interests concerns ICT
> and learning in general, and specifically teaching and learning in online
> I am going to do synchronous online inteviews, probably through Skype or
> Adobe Connect and am looking for ways of recording both my and
> my interviewee's voices and outputs from webcams. I guess Camtasia could be
> a solution, but there seem to be some issues in capturing both my and my
> interviewee's audio sources. I've been browsing Janet Salmons book entitled
> 'Online inteviews in real time' (2010) but am still lacking hands on advice.
> Does anyone here have hands on experience on this issue and/or reading
> suggestions concerning the method?
> I will appreciate anything you have in mind on this!
> Best wishes
> *Karin Bolldén*
> PhD Student in Adult Learning
> Department of Behavioural Sciences and Learning
> Linköping University
> S-581 83 Linköping, Sweden
> E-mail: karin.bollden at liu.se
> Phone: +46 (0)13 282108
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