In short, all trunking is always done at the site, not the system level. You define a system (which in this case, is simply the gathering point for all the sites/groups beneath it), then all the site(s) you wish to use, then define the groups that define the talkgroups you want to hear. With all the XT scanners, all sites share the same list of talkgroups. This is called multi site scanning. Be more specific about what you need explained and we'll take a stab at it.
Tapout (I think you mean Tape out) is pretty self explanatory, really. What do you need there?
I'd suggest one question at a time. DMA is not easy to learn, and trying to do too much all at once will likely frustrate you. Try doing a bit at a time - conventional stuff is easy, and that's where I would start....Mike
Tape out is very simple - it's really a 2 step process to define which channels or talkgroups you want to record. Note that you need a separate connection to the soundcard of your PC for this to work. This article discusses this in detail...
So Im sitting here with the Virtual Scanner open and logging search freqs and my SRC/CloCall Opt is set to search Nacs but when I turn the scanner on and get into the log page when let say NHSP keys up it gets the freq but not the nac. If I switch it over to PL Tone it will log the PL TONE but not the NAC?