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As of XBMC v10 (Dharma), XBMC has WebDAV client support for media.
1 Source example
1.1 Sources GUI
When entering a source path through the GUI, be sure to include the dav: to start the address.
To test this, you can open your web browser to http://username:password@server/share/
2.2 Mac OS X
- Mac OS X- (free) Mac OS X has a built-in webDAV server, but requires setup from the command line.
- MediaMaster Server - (free) - A simple free GUI webDAV server that is compatible with XBMC v11 and up. Available from the Mac App Store only, but should still work with Mac OS X 10.6.
- Windows 7- (free) Windows 7 has a built-in webDAV server. If XBMC can't connect to Windows 7 webDAV server: use basic authorization. Disable anonymous authorzation and Windows authorization, use basic only and it will connect.
- AirSharing- (paid) AirSharing is one of several iPhone/iPad programs that can also act as a webDAV server for XBMC, basically turning the device into a portable wireless hard drive. iOS App Store link