Record and publish actions in the shell with asciinema


Asciinema is primarily recommended for developers who want to demonstrate scripts or terminal-based applications. If you use the services of, you can publish the movie faster than you can record it. But other user groups will also benefit from easy-to-create movies. It helps you to communicate what is happening on the command line quickly to other members of a Linux forum.

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