How to display images on FRAMED device

You can display any image you find online on your FRAMED device. 

  1. Find any image you like (high resolution preferred) or upload your own photos to any photo sharing website, icloud, flickr, google photos, dropbox.
  2. Find the photo, make sure its loaded at high resolution, and right click on it and get URL or "copy image address"
  3. Login to http://frm.fm and go to your "Feed"
  4. Click on "+" and paste the URL you copied from the photo (private or public).
  5. The photo will be added to your feed and you can click to display it on your framed.

How to add images other FRAMED users are sharing

  1. Find the image you like from other users’ profiles
  2. Click on the “+” located in the bottom right corner of the image.

How to remove items from your feed

  1. Find the item you would like to remove.
  2. Click on the “-” located in the top right corner of the item.
  3. Item will no longer show in your feed.

How to add Vimeo video to your feed

  1. Find the video that you like on vimeo
  2. copy the URL
  3. Click on "+" and paste the URL you copied from the video (private or public).
  4. The video will be added to your feed and you can click to display it on your framed.

How to add Youtube video to your feed

  1. Find the video that you like on Youtube
  2. Copy the code that comes after youtube.com/watch?v=XXXXXXXXX
  3. Click on "+"
  4. Edit this URL inserting the above code twice instead of "XXXXXXXXX" in the url: https://www.youtube.com/embed/XXXXXXXXX?rel=0&autoplay=1&playlist=XXXXXXXXX&loop=1
  5. Add this new URL as a feed item (private or public).
  6. The video will be added to your feed and you can click to display it on your framed.
  7. If you would like to rotate the video, add also "&display_rotate=enable".

How to rotate any feed item

Use this code at the end of your URL when adding the URL to feed: “&display_rotate=enable”. This will rotate the image or video you want to display in your feed.

Example: http://player.thebookofshaders.com/?log=160602182204&display_rotate=enable

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