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# keyriban - dynamic real-time view of pressed keys

> ** / kēribăn /** : > 1. [kiriban – キリ番] a milestone; an interesting number displayed on a web counter > 2. [key⋅[riban](https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/riban)] a terminal program displaying keylogging statistics such as last pressed key, key rate and key counts.

## Description

Bring key overlay to your asciicast by running keyriban in a dedicated tmux panel!

## Install

First install a keylogger, I recommend (read: it has been tested with) : - [logkeys](https://github.com/kernc/logkeys) for Linux - [keylogger](https://github.com/Kraymer/keylogger) for Mac OS X

keyriban is written for [Python 2.7](ttps://www.python.org/downloads/) and is tested on Linux and Mac OS X.

Install with [pip](https://pip.pypa.io/en/stable/) via pip install keyriban command.

## Usage

keyriban [–calibrate] KEYLOG_FILE

KEYLOG_FILE external keylogger output file

Options:

–c, calibrate help keyriban detect your logfile format

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