Shell recording

Usage: asciinema [-h] [--version] {rec,play,cat,upload,auth} ...

Record and share your terminal sessions, the right way.

positional arguments:
  {rec,play,cat,upload,auth}
    rec                 Record terminal session
    play                Replay terminal session
    cat                 Print full output of terminal session
    upload              Upload locally saved terminal session to asciinema.org
    auth                Manage recordings on asciinema.org account

optional arguments:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  --version             show program's version number and exit

example usage:
  Record terminal and upload it to asciinema.org:
    asciinema rec
  Record terminal to local file:
    asciinema rec demo.cast
  Record terminal and upload it to asciinema.org, specifying title:
    asciinema rec -t "My git tutorial"
  Record terminal to local file, limiting idle time to max 2.5 sec:
    asciinema rec -i 2.5 demo.cast
  Replay terminal recording from local file:
    asciinema play demo.cast
  Replay terminal recording hosted on asciinema.org:
    asciinema play https://asciinema.org/a/difqlgx86ym6emrmd8u62yqu8
  Print full output of recorded session:
    asciinema cat demo.cast

For help on a specific command run:
  asciinema <command> -h
Usage: doitlive [OPTIONS] COMMAND [ARGS]...

  doitlive: A tool for "live" presentations in the terminal

  Basic:
      1. Create a file called session.sh. Fill it with bash commands.
      2. Run "doitlive play session.sh".
      3. Type like a madman.

  Press Ctrl-C at any time to exit a session. To see a demo session, run
  "doitlive demo".

  You can use --help to get help with subcommands.

  Example: doitlive play --help

Options:
  -v, --version  Show the version and exit.
  -h, --help     Show this message and exit.

Commands:
  completion  Output completion (to be eval'd).
  demo        Run a demo doitlive session.
  play        Play a session file.
  record      Record a session file.
  themes      Preview the available prompt themes.