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The manual for the Polaroid IDF-1030 is ridiculously simple and not very helpful. There's actually more information on the outside of the box.
One of the features that is not intuitively easy to figure out is how to get the frame to display a picture slideshow AND play music at the same time. The remote is the only way that you can set this up.
First, on your computer, create a folder for the images and a folder for the music. If you put music in the images folder, your slideshow will stop at the first music file it finds and just display the music player's equalizer interface. This is very boring.
Note on the pictures.. spend a little time and reduce the size of your pictures to 640 x 480 pixels. Dealing with large files on the photo frame is painfully slow.
images should be in JPEG (.jpg) format although it will also display .gif files. Music should be MPEG (.mp3) format.
Copy these folders to the root of your memory card.
Put the memory card in the Polaroid frame card slot and turn it on.
Use the remote and press the STOp button if it automatically starts displaying the pictures.
Press the MUSIC button and select the REPEAT button until you see REPEAT ALL at the bottom of the screen.
Press the PLAY/PAUSE to start the music, then immediately press the SLIDESHOW button to start the slideshow with music.
I hope this helps some of you who had trouble with this.
Make sure that all your songs have file extension of .mp3 as the frame can only recognize MP3 format and you can check it out by going to the music file/track properties and see the file type. If in case that your music files are not in .mp3, you would need to convert them to mp3 first. Search online for a free software.
Must be Mp3 format.Music files copied directly from a CD will not play on your frame. All music needs to be converted to a MP3 format, and then copied to your frame. This is really a simple issue of drop and drag after that. Open 2 windows explorer windows. You will find windows explorer in your start menu. Find the removable drive maked pandigital. Locate the audio folder, and click open.
In the second explorer window locate your MP3 files. Drag desired files to the first explorer window.
Make sure the music is in the correct file format for the frame. Some frames take MP3, others take WMA. If the format that you have is not compatible, you must convert it or the frame will not read it.
if u look on it there is a little button on the side and u open it and u have to but a usp cord and put the other cord to your computa and dpwnload the songs and them them u u go on your photo frame and look for sent song and your songs are in there go in there and click on them and it will play the songs
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Once you connected your EX811 to your computer, and get the
message “Use PC interface to copy files.” That means you can start copying files.
Here are the steps: Copy pictures, videos, and music between
your frame and computer, using your computer's normal file copying tools: 1. Connect the
USB cable from the frame to your computer 2. On your
computer, open My Computer or Windows Explorer. The picture
frame appears as removable drives—one drive for each connected picture source
in the frame, in this order: internal memory, memory cards, and USB devices. 3. Navigate to
the pictures you want to copy. Then drag and drop them to the new location. 4. Unplug the USB cable to view your copied pictures.