write_gif: Export ascii screencast to animated GIF file

View source: R/gif.R

write_gifR Documentation

Export ascii screencast to animated GIF file

Description

Export ascii screencast to animated GIF file

Usage

write_gif(
  cast,
  path,
  show = NULL,
  cols = NULL,
  rows = NULL,
  theme = NULL,
  scale = 2,
  speed = 1,
  max_colors = 256,
  loop = 0,
  end_wait = 10,
  optimize = TRUE
)

Arguments

cast

asciicast object.

path

Path to GIF file to create.

show

Whether to show the GIF on the screen, in the viewer pane in RStudio, or using the image viewer in the magick package. By default it only show the image in RStudio.

cols

If not NULL, clip terminal width to this number of columns.

rows

If not NULL, clip terminal height to this number of rows.

theme

Theme. Currently supported themes: asciinema, tango, solarized-dark, solarized-light, monokai. Defaults to the theme specified in the cast, or asciiname if not specified.

scale

Image scale / pixel density.

speed

Playback speed. Higher number means faster.

max_colors

Maximum number of colors in the GIF. This is currently per frame.

loop

How many times to loop the animation. Zero means infinite loop.

end_wait

Number of seconds to wait at the end, before looping.

optimize

Whether to try to create smaller GIF files. This might be slow for casts with many frames.

Value

path, invisibly.


asciicast documentation built on Aug. 8, 2022, 1:06 a.m.