WebDAV (Web Distributed Authoring and Versioning) can be used by Blubrry customers to upload podcast media files directly using a desktop application. Once files are uploaded they will automatically appear in the list of unpublished files when creating a new episode. To upload files through WebDav, a desktop app is required. For technical instructions on using the terminal/command prompt to upload files instead, click here.

Blubrry WebDAV URL: https://webdav.blubrry.com/media/

Below are instructions for several different applications you can use for uploading your media to Blubrry:

cyberduck logoCyberDuck (available for Mac & Windows) 

  1. Install CyberDuck following the default configuration and open it.
  2. Click on Open Connection in the upper left-hand corner of the window.
  3. Under File Transfer Protocol, select WebDAV HTTPS and set Encryption to TLS/SSL Implicit Encryption.*
  4. Set the Server to webdav.blubrry.com and Port to 443.
  5. Enter your Blubrry email and password.
  6. Under Advanced -> Environment -> More Options, set the Path to /media/your-show-keyword/ , then click Connect
  7. Navigate to your show folder and drag/drop files to upload
  8. For your convenience, select the bookmark pull down menu and then click ‘New Bookmark’ to save a shortcut to your show’s media upload folder.

WinSCP Logo    WinSCP  (available for Windows)   

  1. Install WinSCP following the default configuration and open it.
  2. Click on New Session  in the upper left-hand corner of the window.
  3. Under File Protocol select WebDAV and set Encryption to TLS/SSL Implicit Encryption.*
  4. Set the Host Name to webdav.blubrry.com and Port to 443.
  5. Enter your Blubrry username (email) and password.
  6. Under Advanced -> Environment -> Directories, set the Remote Directory  to /media/, then click Login 
  7. Navigate to your show folder and drag/drop files to upload

AnyClient (available for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux)

  1. Install  & Launch AnyClient
  2.  Click the File pull down menu and select Site Manager
  3. Click New to add a new site.
  4. Under Host, enter https://webdav.blubrry.com/media/
  5. Enter your username (Blubrry sign-in email) and password
  6. Under Connection Type, select WebDAV
  7. Click Save, then Connect
  8. Navigate to your show folder and drag/drop files to upload

Once files have been uploaded, your media will appear in your list of unpublished files when creating a podcast episode from the Blubrry Publisher or within PowerPress.

*Note: We strongly recommend using the HTTPS protocol as WebDAV will be phasing out the use of HTTP in 2021.