Altium Designer Tutorial: Schematic capture and PCB structure (1of2)

A easy tutorial on how to use the schematic and PCB performance of Altium Designer. Future online video:


49 Replies to “Altium Designer Tutorial: Schematic capture and PCB structure (1of2)”

  1. Thanks a lot for this helpful video. For those having trouble finding the LM555CM timer IC, go to the link below -the part is available in the national semiconductor library vault. simply register in the link and you'll get an email with a link to download the vault. After downloading please include the library by going to the 'Design' tab and 'Add/Remove library' option. Hope this helps.

  2. Great tutorials very useful and informative with all the keyboard shortcuts.  Would be great if you could follow these up with a basic introduction to the simulation side of Altium.

    Thanks again

  3. Excellent, congrats man. With this video, you only need to know basic electronics to understand how to use Altium. Keep up the good work. Greetings from Dominican Republic.

  4. Searching in the web I found somo libraries made by users. I also found that some of the component suppliers provide files for many programs like altium, etc. We have to download and then put all the components necesary for certain project and compile them.
    Or the hard path: Make by yourself the components based un the footprint 🙁

  5. can anyone support me, I've tried to convert my "pcb" pattern from my altium project to dxf format. purpose is to re"open" the desgn in CADAM Software. but I failed to do it. the dxf format doest seems to be accurate..can anyone teach me how?

  6. Nice videos, I'm asking about the simulation, is it possible to simulate circuits as same as in isis proteus or no if yes would you mind to show us how to perform that
    Thank you

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