As the saying goes, good tools are prerequisite to the success of a job. If you want to get high-definition Skype video recording quality, you need a faster computer and a high-definition web camera. In addition, you need to install a Skype recorder software that supports HD recording of Skype videos (As I know, there are only Eccam and Evaer support HD Skype video recording).
Then, you need to make sure that the light around you is bright, and the dim light can eclipse the HD-capable camera. You can choose to sit in front of a bright window or have plenty of light.
Once you’ve got your recording equipment ready to go, it’s important to use the right settings to set your video quality up for success. Make sure you check your equipment prior to recording to ensure that the settings are set up according to our recommendations below :
Quality settings: use high resolution 720p or 1080p settings
Video Compression codec: H.264 (with AAC audio codec)
Aspect ratio: 16:9
Resolution: 1280×720 or 1920×1080
Frame rate: 15-30 fps
It is best to quit the software that consumes more resources before you officially start recording. Because more CPU and memory resources may be needed during video recording. You can open the Windows Task Manager to see the CPU and memory resources currently occupied by each program, as well as the remaining CPU and memory resources. Then decide whether to quit some software.
Now, you can then make a video call over Skype and record your video call with the best video quality.