Definition of screencast in English:

screencast

Pronunciation /ˈskrēnˌkast/ /ˈskrinˌkæst/

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noun

  • A video recording or transmission of the data displayed on the screen of a computer or mobile device, typically with accompanying audio.

    • ‘this tutorial contains a screencast demonstrating all of the steps’

verbscreencast

  • no object Record or transmit video of data displayed on the screen of a computer or mobile device, typically with accompanying audio.

    ‘the ability to screencast from smartphones to HDTVs has replaced the need to project home movies’
    • ‘you can screencast your desktop at the same time as recording your voice’
    • ‘a tool designed for simple screencasting’

Origin

1990s blend of screen and broadcast.