The popular Call Recorder for FaceTime application won't work with macOS Mojave.
Emailing users of the software, Ecamm, the developer, says with macOS Mojave (10.14) Apple has tightened overall security of the OS and apps like FaceTime, so as a result, the Call Recorder for FaceTime software will be rendered incompatible.
The app won't work with macOS Mojave at the launch.
Ecamm is saying that with the past updates, they have been able to adapt to the changes implemented, but that is not possible this time:
We created Call Recorder for FaceTime in 2014 as an easy and simple way to automate FaceTime call recording. As FaceTime has evolved, we’ve been able to continuously adapt our app to provide a seamless experience — Until now:
For the future, they say they'll "continue to assess the feasibility" of bringing the Call Recorder to Mojave, but has no plans for creating a compatible version or replacement. If you are a user of the software, and you use it for your workflow, they recommend that you do not upgrade to macOS 10.14.
If your current workflow relies on Call Recorder for FaceTime, we recommend not upgrading to Mojave until you have established an alternate method of recording calls.
Call Recorder for FaceTime has been a popular software choice for users, as it allows easy recording of Audio and video calls in FaceTime. Let us know if you are a user of the software, and we'll try and recommend an alternative.
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