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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.

Stream photos to Kodak's Pulse digital photo frame

Step 1. We’ve used the Kodak Pulse digital photo frame (£99 inc VAT) for this workshop. Head to Kodak Gallery and select the My Gallery tab. You get unlimited storage, but must make one purchase every 12 months. Click ‘Join now’ and create an account.

Kodak Pulse 1

Step 2. Click ‘Add photos’ to create an album. Enter a title, date and description, then press Continue. Click Browse and select the images you want to upload, then hit Upload. For faster uploading, install the Kodak Upload helper applet by clicking the link on the lefthand side of the window.

Kodak Pulse 2

Step 3. Turn on the Kodak Pulse digital photo frame. Select your wireless network and enter its password. Write down the activation code displayed onscreen. Now head to the Kodak Pulse online portal, where you’ll be asked to create an account and add your photo frame to it.

Kodak Pulse 3

Step 4. Click ‘Create a new account’ and enter your name, email address and a password. Ensure you have provided the correct email address, since Kodak will send you an email containing a link you must click to verify your account. Following verification, you can add your frame to the account.

Kodak Pulse 4


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