Apple plans to release Mac OS 10.14 Mojave shortly, but those who rely on Ecamm's FaceTime software call recorder are encouraged to upgrade …
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According to Ecamm, MacOS 10.14 Mojave enhances the overall security of the operating system and FaceTime, and Call Recorder for FaceTime software is not compatible. Therefore, the application is incompatible with macOS 10.14 Mojave on startup:
Ecamm explained that over the years it was able to adapt to changes in macOS and FaceTime, but that has changed this year:
As an easy and easy way to automate FaceTime call recording, we created Call Recorder for FaceTime in 2014. As FaceTime evolved, we were able to continuously adapt the app to provide a seamless experience – until now:
In MacOS 10.14 Mojave (scheduled for fall this year), Apple made many changes to FaceTime and enhanced the security of the operating system. As a result of these changes, Call Recorder for FaceTime is incompatible with macOS 10.14.
Ecamm continues to evaluate the possibility of providing Call Recorder software to Mojave, but at the moment there is no plan to create compatible versions or alternatives, Ecamm said If you rely on a call recorder for a workflow that you have, the user will not upgrade to Mojave.
If Call Recorder for FaceTime is used in the current workflow, we recommend that you do not upgrade to Mojave until you record the call in another way.
Ecamm continues to evaluate the feasibility of linking FaceTime's call recorder with Mojave, but there are no plans at the moment …