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|Computer languages=Clojure, JavaScript
 
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|Related projects=asciinema, asciiplayer
 
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|Keywords=asciicast, player, terminal, tty, unix, video, video-playback
 
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|Last review date=2017/02/10
 
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Latest revision as of 09:42, 4 March 2018

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asciinema-player

https://github.com/asciinema/asciinema-player
Web player for terminal session recordings

asciinema player is a terminal session player written in ClojureScript. Contrary to other "video" players asciinema player doesn't play heavy-weight video files (.mp4, .webm etc) but instead it plays light-weight terminal session files called asciicasts (simple .json files).

Asciicast is a capture of terminal's raw output and thus the player comes with its own terminal emulator based on Paul Williams' parser for ANSI-compatible video terminals. It covers only the display part of the emulation as this is what the player is about (input is handled by your terminal+shell at the time of recording anyway) and its handling of escape sequences is fully compatible with most modern terminal emulators like xterm, Gnome Terminal, iTerm, mosh etc.

You can see the player in action on asciinema.org.

You can also host the player and the recordings yourself.

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