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How to: Stream photos to a digital frame

Plus: Share photos wirelessly using RSS

We demonstrate how to stream your favourite snaps from a camera, your Facebook profile or an online photo-sharing site to a compatible digital photo frame.

Step 3. Next, create a ‘Collection’ that can be seen by your Wi-Fi photo frame. Visit frameit.live.com and click ‘Get Started’. Give your collection a name and untick the box next to ‘Add recommended sources to this collection’. You can now select items you want as the source for your collection. Click Next.

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Step 4. Choose ‘Windows Live’ to view your albums. Select any you want to appear and specify the number of images to be displayed at once. You can adjust the order in which the images are displayed. Press Save. Select ‘Set up a Frame’ to get the RSS feed address, then follow the prompts on your frame’s screen to view it.

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Step 5. If you own a wireless SD card, such as one from Eye-Fi's range, you’ll be able to upload images stored on it directly to your PC or a web portal. To set up the device, insert the card into the reader that came with it and connect this to your PC. Install the supplied software, then follow the instructions to create an Eye-Fi account.

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Step 6. Select your wireless network and enter the password. Once the associations have been set, insert the Eye-Fi card in your camera and start shooting. Photos will be uploaded to your PC as they are captured, provided there’s an available wireless network. Photos are stored in the Pictures\Eye-Fi folder.

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