This [youtube link] shows an introduction to setting up alignment projects in Dynamo. It works on the old dynamo_project_manager GUI.
In this video we use dtmview to show how the concurrent viewers can be used to pick isolated particles. The tomogram represents a mixture of PRD1 bacteriophages in a buffer.
Tomogram is courtesy of the Abrescia Lab, in CIC-Biogune (Bilbao).
In this video we use dtmslice and the montage viewer to define points in a membrane in a semiautomatic manner. Tomogram is courtesy of Morgan Beeby, in Imperial College (London).
In this video, dtmslice is used to pick microtubules in a tomogram. We use dpreview to inspect the tomogram and select an area that is then read into memory. This region is then displayed in dtmslice. With keys  and  we can define extremal points of a filament, ask Dynamo to define local views that are orthogonal to the path between points  and . In these local views the user can click on the center of each section of the filament, defining a coarse approximation to the path. The tomogram is courtesy of Takashi Ishikawa, in PSI-Villingen (Switzerland).