Asciinema: Record and share your terminal sessions, the simple way

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  • asciinema

    Terminal session recorder 📹

  • asciinema

    Platform for hosting and sharing terminal session recordings

  • > https://github.com/asciinema/asciinema-server

    and

    > Web player for terminal session recordings

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  • asciinema-player

    Web player for terminal session recordings

  • t-rec-rs

    Blazingly fast terminal recorder that generates animated gif images for the web written in rust

  • I tried asciinema and I forgot which others, but I eventually used t-rec because it’s able to easily compress to a small size file that I can upload to GitHub (see demo on here https://GitHub.com/Langroid/Langroid) and it also creates mp4 filed that I can upload to loom etc.

    https://github.com/sassman/t-rec-rs

  • vhs

    Your CLI home video recorder 📼

  • termgrep

    Grep over asciinema logs

  • I recently started using this for recording all my terminal sessions (without upload). It's pretty neat to be able to go back and replay any session I had. I also threw together a small tool to grep through the output, although it's currently pretty slow:

    https://github.com/moyix/termgrep

    I stuck this in my .profile to record any session started under TMUX and avoid recursive recording. It compresses the logs with zstd when you exit.

        # Check if not already recording and inside tmux

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