(c) The instructor preparing the demo must specify the replay configuration
of the CMS for playback of the demo before preparation of the demo. Replay con-
figuration selections (INTEGRATED, INDEPENDENT, and VISUAL REPLAY MODE) are on
lines 15 through 17 of CRT page 940.
(d) The simulator must be in a freeze state when enabling demo prep.
(e) Commands are honored only from the master IOS, although the other
station can call up and monitor the prep page.
(f) Demos must be prepared while the CMS is in the integrated mode.
(g) The DEMO NO. (line 01) must be entered to provide identification for
subsequent recall of the demo (e.g., 01 TAB 02 ENTER identifies this as demo number
(2) Set up, fly, and record. After enabling the demo prep mode, one instruc-
tor flies the simulator from the pilot trainee station, another may be required in
the CPG trainee station, and a third operates the selected master IOS. The demo
training objectives determine whether two or three instructors are required to
prepare the demo. The following rules and guidelines are provided to assist in
preparation and to define the function of the commands on the demo prep CRT page
(a) The instructor can call up, edit, and initialize IC sets while in demo
prep. Initialization must be accomplished while in freeze.
(b) A stored reset point can be used to Initialize for a demo start point
(if one exists), or the current conditions existent when entering demo prep may be
used. Current conditions may also be edited to define the start state of the demo.
(c) The instructor selects the record by editing line 03.
(d) The instructor flies and records the maneuver record and terminates the
recording by freezing (manual or auto). The maneuver can then be reset to the
beginning for re-record or playback (line 04) and monitor of the recorded maneu-
ver. The demo elapsed-time indicator (in the CRT status area) provides the infor-
mation to enable selecting any portion of the recording for playback.
(e) When the maneuver record is satisfactory, the RECORD command (line 03)
can be used to sequence to the next maneuver record for recording the next portion
of the demo.
(3) Demo edit functions. Editing can include the insertion of pauses, periods
of slow-time, segmentation of the demo, and the addition of the appropriate
instructional commentary. Each of these editing functions are described below.
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