Victor Reader Stream – The Basics (Video Tutorials)

The Victor Reader Stream is a portable media player and note taker from HumanWare. You can use it to listen to audio books, magazines, podcasts and more. The Victor Reader Stream can also function as a notetaker, allowing you to use its internal mic to take notes and memos. The device can connect to your wifi network and also has an SD card for extra storage.

In this video tutorial series – SVRC’s Garry Stinchcombe takes you through the basics of how to use the Victor Reader Stream – from a physical orientation to entering text using multi-tap. He covers the bookshelf feature and how to use the wifi.

The first 6 videos are below – more will be added soon.

Victor Reader Stream Tutorial 1: An Overview

Garry Stinchcombe takes a look at the Victor Reader Stream.

Victor Reader Stream Tutorial 2: Physical Orientation

Garry takes us on a tour of the physical orientation of the Victor Reader Stream. He looks at the various ports and buttons and shows how to change the battery.

Victor Reader Stream Tutorial 3: Orientation to the Keypad

In this video, SVRC’s Garry Stinchcombe guides us on a tour of the Victor Reader Stream’s keypad.

Victor Reader Stream Tutorial 4: Power, Pitch, Speed and Volume

In this video, Garry goes through the powering on and off, as well as adjusting the speed, pitch and volume settings on the Victor Reader Stream New Generation.

Victor Reader Stream Tutorial 5: The Bookshelf

The bookshelf is how you navigate through the content on your Victor Reader Stream New Generation. In this tutorial – Garry shows you how.

Victor Reader Stream Tutorial 6: Using Multi-Tap To Enter Text

In this video, Garry demonstrates how to use the multi tap feature on the Victor Reader Stream to quickly enter text.