Victor Reader Stream Tutorials – The Basics

Below you will find a link to some e-learning material developed for the Statewide Vision Resource Centre

Garry Stinchcombe presents a series of videos on the basics of the Victor Reader Stream.

The Victor Reader Stream is a handheld media player for the blind and low vision. It Plays DAISY books, MP3, MP4, EPUB, and many other media formats. It has easy access to over 36,000 web radio stations, and wireless access to rich media content. It can record voice and media with built-in microphone or line-in. Speach output is delivered by a choice of two built-in, human-sounding voices for a pleasant text-to-speech experience. Built-in wireless networking capability keeps you connected. It Weighs les than 110 grams.

The first 3 Tutorials are now up on YouTube.

If you’d like to check them out, here’s the link: Victor Reader Stream Tutorials

Two more video tutorials on the Victor Reader Stream

two more video tutorials on the Victor Reader Stream New Generation.

Tutorial 4 – on the Victor Reader Stream: Garry takes a look at power, pitch, speed and volume controls

Tutorial 5: Garry delves into the Bookshelf feature