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MPEG2 metadata editor?


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Hi everyone,

Is there a tool that can edit/add metadata of mpeg2?
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You can use FFMPEG on the command line, but it needs to create a copy of the file in the process.

Mpeg2 is not very flexible. Depends on your reasons/needs but I'd consider reworking to mp4 or packaging into an MKV container which will leave the mpeg2 intact but gives you greater flexibility with metadata.

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