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Let’s configure it!

    1. Open your PC browser and type the IP of your device in the top bar by adding http://

      Where can I find it? Immediately after the screen with the logo, a black one will appear (like the one shown in the image below). It is the set of digits highlighted in red. Most likely it will look like 192.168.x.x. We recommend you to pin or photograph it.

      *For example: in our case the IP is 10.90.0.104 and then in the browser we will type http://10.90.0.104

      • I didn’t have time to take note of the IP. What should I do?

        In this case, manually restart the device by disconnecting and reconnecting the power supply. After that, while it is starting, keep an eye on the screen. Immediately after the screen with the logo, the black one will appear where you will also find your IP. Most likely it will be similar to 192.168.x.x. We recommend that you pin or photograph it so that you don’t forget it. Once this is done, go back to your PC browser and type it by adding http://

2. The first instantPlay Slide configuration page will appear. Here’s how to fill in the various parameters.

WiFi

This setting allows you to connect instantPlay Slide to your network by Wi-Fi.
If you leave it set to OFF you will continue to use a wired internet connection.
If you select ON you will see two fields to fill in: Network name(SSID): enter the name of your Wi-Fi network. Make sure there are no spaces in the name. Password: enter your Wi-Fi network password.
If you decide to use Wi-Fi, you can disconnect the Ethernet cable once setup is complete. The cable must remain connected, or you would have to load your content using a USB flash drive.

Monitor orientation

This feature allows you to rotate the contents to fit the screen on which they will be shown. If you have a horizontal monitor, select 0°. If your monitor is vertical (portrait), select 90°.

Dropbox

In this section, you can choose to use Dropbox to upload content. If you select ON you’ll need a Dropbox account to be able to upload images and videos to your instantPlay Slide remotely. If you select OFF you will have to use a USB flash drive to load your content.
Have you decided to use Dropbox? Click Enable your custom folder (1) and follow instructions in the wizard that appears. This will connect Dropbox to your instantPlay Slide and let our team create the folder into which you’ll upload your content.
IMPORTANT! Once you have completed all the steps, you will need to copy the name of the folder you will receive by email into theShared folder (2) field

Real-time updates

If you enable real-time updating, each time the slider playback completes, the content is automatically updated. If you leave it disabled, the instantPlay Slide must be restarted in order to update the content.

Loading content from a USB

In this section, you can quickly delete all images and videos that have been loaded using a USB flash drive. Simply click on Delete all files. This will display only content uploaded through Dropbox on your monitor. Remember: you are not deleting files from the USB flash drive itself, but you are deleting all the files that you had uploaded using it. Make sure you have removed the USB flash drive from the instantPlay Slide before proceeding.
If you want to replace the old files on the USB with new content, we recommend using the procedure described in the dedicated guide.
Once you have set all the parameters, click on Save and restart to apply the changes.