The first video in our getting started tutorials will show you how to install and open Debrief, and run you through some basic features.
If you don’t have a copy yet, or have an older version, you can get the latest Debrief from http://debrief.info/get-debrief/Watch in Youtube
This is the second video in our getting started tutorials. This video will demonstrate Debrief defaults, and how to change Debrief preferences, so that you can set it up to your liking.Watch in Youtube
This third video in our getting started tutorials will demonstrate the various views available in Debrief workbench.
This video will cover using views to manipulate the workbench, navigator view, quick access dialog, view properties and controls, object states, and re-positioning views, some keyboard shortcuts.Watch in Youtube
This is the fourth video in our getting started tutorials. This video will show you how to work with the various menus inside Debrief.
This video will cover the main menu function, view drop downs, and context sensitive menus.Watch in Youtube
The fifth video in our getting started tutorials will show you how to work with the plot editor.
The plot editor is the central part of the Debreif interface, and we recommend beginners and experts alike take a look.Watch in Youtube
This is the sixth video in our getting started tutorials.
This video will show you how to work with the various toolbars in Debrief.
This video will cover the 4 basic toolbars in Debrief – the main toolbar, the view toolbars, the fast view toolbar, and the perspective toolbar.
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This video will show you how to define your workspace, generating project data, and viewing your data.
You’ll notice a number of functions being used, so if you’re unsure of how something was done please refer to the appropriate earlier video.
The second video in our working with Debrief series.
This video will demonstrate how to bring up and view data, the various options for viewing data. This video also covers some basics on the types of files you can use in Debrief.Watch in Youtube
The final video in our Working with Debrief series will show you how to add sensor data, and the various ways in which you can analyze them.
You’ll also learn how to do a plot lock, how to declutter your workspace when you’re doing realy complicated analysis.Watch in Youtube
The first video of the Controlling What You View Tutorial Series will demonstrate the basics of controlling your workspace.
You’ll learn how to filter your view, assessing primary and secondary tracks, viewing time related tracks, analyzing time related data, and working with narrative data.Watch in Youtube
The second video will show you what are primary and secondary tracks, how you can work with them, and why they matter.Watch in Youtube
The third video will show you how to work with time related tracks.
You’ll learn the relevant drop down menus, the time controls and various related shortcuts and features.
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In this video we’ll look at calculating and analyzing time related data.
We’ll delve into working with XY plots, rangefinders, and sensor data.Watch in Youtube
The final video in our third tutorial series, Controlling what you view.
We’ve talked about the narrative view before, now we’ll show you all the juicy details. We’ll go over all the basic functions, including how to open the Narrative View, filtering the items in the Narrative View to make it easier to work with more complex analyses, and linking narratives to specific times.
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