How to record a class over Skype in separate files

How to record a class over Skype in separate files


Welcome to the SuperTintin tutorial.
Today we will be going over how to record a Skype class using SuperTintin to create
two separate files. First, open Skype and SuperTintin at the same
time. Then select “both” for the audio mode and “separate files” for the video mode.
This allows you to play back the video of yourself and your instructor individually.
Recording two separate files can come in handy for a number of situations.
For instance, if you are learning a new language or even trying to learn the pronunciation
of a certain word. It is handy to have a recording of the professor saying that word which you
can then refer to over and over again. Once you have chosen a recording mode,
go to Skype and select your professor from the list of contacts on the left.
A green check mark will appear next to the contacts who are online and available to chat.
Select the video call to start the video chat. Then click on the red button in Supertintin
to start recording. “So basically the cell uses a process called osmosis to absorb nutrition ” “How is it pronounced Osmo…”
“No but close, Osmosis” The same button stops recording.
Click on the video in order to play back the files. “So basically the cell uses a process called osmosis” to absorb nutrition”
There are a few different modes in which you can record a Skype class.
One of which is audio only. “How is it pronounced Osmo…”
“No but close, Osmosis” You can choose speaker only in order to hear
only the professor’s audio. I’m sure you will be able to use SuperTintin
to greatly improve the effectiveness of your Skype classes.
I hope you found this tutorial helpful. Thank you for watching.

Daniel Ostrander

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