This short video shows you how to create a simple resistor ladder in AutoTRAX.
This video show you how AutoTRAX will automatically create, route and layout the wires on you schematics. Simply click on a start terminal, drag the mouse to the target terminal and click again to complete the connection. Also, as you move part symbols, AutoTRAX will automatically re-route all the connect wires. Adding wire to your chematics has never been easier.
This video demonstrates how AutoTRAX automatically creates wire jumpers for you when schematic wires cross.
This video demonstrates how wires and buses can connect to each other.
This video shows how wiring parts together in AutoTRAX is embarrassingly simple. Just hold down the left mouse button and drag the wire from the start terminal to the end terminal. AutoTRAX does the rest.
In AutoTRAX your can create an hierarchical top down design with your schematics if you wish. This video shows you how.
You can save all or part of a design to the design library panel and drag these sub-circuits onto schematics in other projects. This video shows you how.
In AutoTRAX you can change the orientation, font and scaling of part reference designators in PCBs and schematics. In schematics you can also change the color.
In AutoTRAX, you can optionally selected PCB footprints when you select schematic symbols and vice versa. You can also do this for schematic wires and nets/tracks in the PCB. This lets you quickly see the the parts can relate to each other in the schematics and the PCB.
When you place a parts symbol in a schematic you are not left with a fixed immutable symbol. With AutoTRAX you can drag terminals, their textural names and the pin numbers to customize the symbol to how you want it. This video shows you how.
You can quickly mark symbol terminals as not requiring a connection and so help the design checker check for errors.
This video shows you how to copy and paste a single circuit that has been laid out and routed to create a more complex circuit. This is done by first creating the original circuit then doing copy and paste just two times to replicate the original circuit.