How to record conversations onto cd using imac and skype
Hi Guys, I am wondering if you can walk me through the best way to record consultations on my imac, using skype (and garageband perhaps?). I have just registered wiht Skype, but have not bought headphones yet. Any help is greatly appreciated, as I am a bit technologically challenged!
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I do not think you can? You might need to contact skype and ask them how to do it? Otherwise if you go to your hard drive click "apple" and "F" and then type in voice recorder. Your Mac may have one on board. If this fails, you can buy an adaptor for your ipod that records voice.
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it won't read it because the new os disk is double layered and the g4 drive you have probably won't read double layered dvds. best solution is to buy or borrow an usb external dvd drive. i did this last week and it worked fine.
you've most likely got something running that is competing with processing time for your player. i'd open up activity monitor and see what processes are highest on CPU % usage. the ones that look elective (not system-related), turn 'em off. turn off spotlight for a sec too. then test your import into itunes afterwards. is it still slow?
if the iMac is one of the computers with the slot-load drive (you don't load the disc into a tray before it goes into the computer), then placing a disc smaller than a regular CD/DVD will damage the CD drive and will be very hard to remove.
you could buy an external CD/DVD drive and then use smaller discs with the iMac.