I found a Whiting Primary T6 gouge channel on the tube named “IJTRL” that has pretty good demo videos taken from a go-pro, though they’re a bit dated. There’s another channel that has about 10 videos of Primary briefs. Learned about the COMP approach to studying that is proving useful in Cessna land.Naval flight training used to have a lot of informative and useful training videos with a film reel on an old fashioned movie projector. A lot of those got transferred to VHS tapes or updated and put on VHS. You'd sign out a copy and watch it in one of the cubicles with a VCR, little TV, and headphones. Some of that stuff made it onto digital, but a lot of the digital age training turned into what we now know as CBTs, self-paced learning where you click on the next slide and the one after that, with little 30 second vignettes but mostly cut-and-paste text from one of the pubs.
About six or seven years ago some of the Whiting IPs put together some really great primary formation videos. Those are on YouTube and I'm pretty sure they're still an officially sanctioned "you really should watch this" part of the syllabus. They're well produced too, just the right amount of narration, little text boxes and arrows to emphasize visual checkpoints and what to look for or what step of the procedure the video is doing. It's a shame that these stand out as the exception rather than the rule.