Shell recording

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

Record and share your terminal sessions, the right way.

positional arguments:
    rec                 Record terminal session
    play                Replay terminal session
    cat                 Print full output of terminal session
    upload              Upload locally saved terminal session to
    auth                Manage recordings on 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 rec
  Record terminal to local file:
    asciinema rec demo.cast
  Record terminal and upload it to, 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 play
  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

      1. Create a file called Fill it with bash commands.
      2. Run "doitlive play".
      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

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

  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.

Simple presentations system with Python and Markdown

$ present

  • docs/shell/recording.txt
  • Última modificación: 2021/12/27 16:42
  • por rodolfo