Link to Models in RunwayML
You can create simple web links that will open the RunwayML app to a specific model from a web browser. This is super useful when creating tutorials, workshops resources, embedding buttons on your website, and opening models directly from a GitHub repository.
This tutorial will teach you how to create those links and embed them in your website.
Step 1: Create a Link
If you want to link to an existing model in RunwayML, all you need is the username of the publisher and the model name. To create a web link just follow the format:
https://open-app.runwayml.com/?model=genekogan/spade-landscapesCopy to clipboardErrorCopied
?model=genekogan/spade-landscapes is the model to open. In this case,
genekogan is the username and
spade-landscapes is the name of the model.
If you omit the
?model=<username>/<model_name> format in the web link, the RunwayML app will open to the models directory.
https://open-app.runwayml.comCopy to clipboardErrorCopied
To create a badge (in GitHub or on your website, for example) that will open to your model in RunwayML, use the following template:
[![Open in RunwayML Badge](https://open-app.runwayml.com/gh-badge.svg)](https://open-app.runwayml.com/?model=genekogan/spade-landscapes)Copy to clipboardErrorCopied
<a href="https://open-app.runwayml.com/?model=genekogan/spade-landscapes" target="_blank"><img src="https://open-app.runwayml.com/gh-badge.svg" width=120/></a>Copy to clipboardErrorCopied