Definition of screencast in English:

screencast

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’

verb

  • 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’
    with object ‘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.

Pronunciation

screencast

/ˈskriːnkɑːst/