Learn about Deepgram's Encoding feature, which allows you to specify the expected encoding of your submitted audio.
Deepgram’s Encoding feature allows you to specify the expected encoding of your submitted audio. This feature is required when raw, headerless audio packets are sent to the streaming service. If containerized audio packets are sent to the streaming service, this feature should not be used.
If using the Encoding feature, the Sample Rate feature is also required.
Some examples of use cases for Encoding include:
- Customers who need to stream raw audio data.
To enable Encoding, when you call Deepgram’s API, add an
encoding parameter in the query string and set it to the audio coding algorithm of your submitted audio:
Deepgram supports the following audio coding algorithms:
linear16: 16-bit, little endian, signed PCM WAV data
flac: Free Lossless Audio Codec (FLAC) encoded data
mulaw: Mu-law encoded WAV data
amr-nb: Adaptive Multi-Rate (AMR) narrowband codec
amr-wb: Adaptive Multi-Rate (AMR) wideband codec
opus: Ogg Opus
For an example of audio streaming, see Getting Started with Streaming Audio.
For help determining your audio format and sample rate, see Determining Your Audio Format for Live Streaming Audio.
Updated 13 days ago