Developer Screen Recording

Paircast is a desktop screen recorder that combines video and git
to create a new kind of screencast just for developers.

Asynchronous Pair Programming

Paircast helps developers learn from one another when they can't be side by side.

New Hire Onboarding

Teach new hires how they can get started contributing to your codebase.

Bug Reports and Feedback

Help your team fix bugs by showing exactly how you arrived at that state.

Coding Tutorials

Export markdown tutorials from the content you're already creating for YouTube and Twitch.

Video Pull Requests

Show the "how" behind the "what" by adding video documentation to your codebase.

Developer Experience Testing

Understand a developer's skill and progress with short 2-hour assignments.

Hiring Take-homes
Stop frustrating your team with time-wasting on sites. Ask developers to submit a work sample first.
Coding Bootcamps

Create accessible coding lessons that let viewers follow along locally.

Customer Support

Create specialized guidance for your most valued customers that shows exactly how to solve their specific problems.

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Smart Highlights

Paircast splits developer sessions into chapters based on files and applications used.

Integrates with Git and GitHub

Paircast automatically creates git commits on file changes, so you can jump from any line of code to the point where it was added.

IDE Integration

Tools like GitLens can take you straight to Paircast from git blame.

Run code from any point in your cast

Paircast creates unique commit hashes you can use to
checkout the code and run it locally.

Copy code from video.

Paircast's creates copy-and-paste-able code samples from your session.

Transcript Search

See where developers write that one line of code,
use a specific application, or voice their feelings.

Markdown Export

Edit Paircast transcripts inline or export the markdown to
GitHub,, or your own blog.

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