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  1. Hello,

    I need to make an ES of MPEG1 at 1500kbps CBR that shows the Constant flag (I'm using MediaInfo to read the output).
    I have tried many options such as ffpmeg, avconv, mpeg2enc, trascode, mencoder. Mencoder is the closest as it locks the rate into 1500 but the flag is not present.

    Are there still tools that will create a true CBR/flagged stream? If not are there any editing tools that could insert this flag?

    Thanks
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  2. The old, free version of TMPGenc could create CBR MPEG1 (the main purpose was for VCD). I'm not sure about the flagging.
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    Originally Posted by jagabo View Post
    The old, free version of TMPGenc could create CBR MPEG1 (the main purpose was for VCD). I'm not sure about the flagging.
    did tmpgenc have a linux version?
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  4. thanks jagabo

    unfortunately aedipuss is correct. there doesn't seem to be a lunux version.
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  5. Sorry, I missed the fact that you wanted something for linux. I see it's mentioned in the title, not the text.
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    Originally Posted by werdmai View Post
    Hello,

    I need to make an ES of MPEG1 at 1500kbps CBR that shows the Constant flag (I'm using MediaInfo to read the output).
    I have tried many options such as ffpmeg, avconv, mpeg2enc, trascode, mencoder. Mencoder is the closest as it locks the rate into 1500 but the flag is not present.

    Are there still tools that will create a true CBR/flagged stream? If not are there any editing tools that could insert this flag?

    Thanks
    here's a guide for ffmpeg - https://ffmpeg.org/ffmpeg.html
    and here - https://ffmpeg.org/ffmpeg-all.html
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  7. thanks for the assist but ffmpeg deprecated mpeg1 CBR a while ago.
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