I always thought that "encapture" is a word meaning "to capture". However, spellchecking softwares flag this term and a quick Google search shows that this term is not listed in any dictionary except Wiktionary: https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/encapture
The only instance that I found of its usage in a credible text is a poem by Kavanagh called Canal Bank Walks:
Leafy-with-love banks and the green waters of the canal
Pouring redemption for me, that I do
The will of God, wallow in the habitual, the banal,
Grow with nature again as before I grew.
The bright stick trapped, the breeze adding a third
Party to the couple kissing on an old seat,
And a bird gathering materials for the nest for the Word
Eloquently new and abandoned to its delirious beat.
O unworn world enrapture me, encapture me in a web
Of fabulous grass and eternal voices by a beech,
Feed the gaping need of my senses, give me ad lib
To pray unselfconsciously with overflowing speech
For this soul needs to be honoured with a new dress woven
From green and blue things and arguments that cannot be proven
So is it correct to use this term? By "correct" I mean whether I can use it in normal sentences. The reason I cited this poem is because this is the only example I found where "encapture" has been used in a credible text. But I've also seen it being used numerous times in verbal casual communications. I'm a non-native speaker, and have heard other people use it so I always assumed it's a legit word.