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Configuration

The Deepgram .NET SDK provides three ways to configure the Deepgram client:

  • Via the DeepgramClient constructor
  • Via an appsettings.json or settings.json file
  • Via a Configuration instance

Below are examples of how to do each.

DeepgramClient Constructor

The DeepgramClient constructor allows you to provide a Deepgram API key and optional custom API url.

var credentials = new Credentials(YOUR_DEEPGRAM_API_KEY);
var deepgramClient = new DeepgramClient(credentials);

Settings Files

If a Credentials object is not provided in the DeepgramClient constructor, the client will look for parameters within an appsettings.json or settings.json file.

{
  "appSettings": {
    "Deepgram.Api.Key": "YOUR_DEEPGRAM_API_KEY",
    "Deepgram.Api.Uri": "https://api.deepgram.com"
  }
}
Order of Precedence in Settings Files

In the event multiple configuration files are found, the order of precedence is as follows:

  • appsettings.json
  • settings.json

Configuration Instance

If you have an existing Configuration instance, you can provide your settings to it directly.

Configuration.Instance.Settings["appSettings:Deepgram.Api.Key"] = "YOUR_DEEPGRAM_API_KEY";
Configuration.Instance.Settings["appSettings:Deepgram.Api.Uri"] = "https://api.deepgram.com";

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