For security purpose, it is possible to encrypt audio and metadata files with GPG before uploading them to our server.


In order for us to be able to decipher your files once uploaded, you'll have to share with us, in a secure manner, either the private passphrase, or the private key that will be used to decipher files. Please contact your account manager to learn more about this.


In order for us to be able to decipher your files, we require the following:

  • files must be named with a .gpg extension,
  • prior to this .gpg extension, the original deciphered extension must be present.

Some valid encrypted file names examples:

  • my_audio.mp3.gpg
  • my_audio.wav.gpg
  • my_metadata.json.gpg
  • my_metadata.csv.gpg
  • my_metdata.xml.gpg

Some invalid encrypted file names examples:

  • my_audio.gpg
  • my_audio.mp3_encrypted.gpg
  • my_audio_encrypted.mp3