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How to Record a video conference

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I use Crossloop for the video conference and skype for the audio all playing through my PC.  Is there a way to record the video conference and both sides of the phone conversation?  I've had some success with Camtasia which will record the screen and one side of the phone conversation. The callers voice is very weak.  Any ideas?  Thanks so much.
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