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i'm honestly not familar with handbrake cli, i use avidemux and its with a GUI (i know its almost unheard of )
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One last bump and another question.

Is it possible, either with HandBrake or another video encoder, to take a batch of files and re-encode them while at the same time cutting out the first X amount of time?

For example, some of my Anime rips have the opening in each or most of the episodes. I really don't need them in every episode so would it be possible to have an encoder take off the first 1:00 or so to take out the opening scene? I imagine I could save a decent bit of space this way.

Doesn't necessarily have to be Linux only if one does exist.
    
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One last bump and another question.

Is it possible, either with HandBrake or another video encoder, to take a batch of files and re-encode them while at the same time cutting out the first X amount of time?

For example, some of my Anime rips have the opening in each or most of the episodes. I really don't need them in every episode so would it be possible to have an encoder take off the first 1:00 or so to take out the opening scene? I imagine I could save a decent bit of space this way.

Doesn't necessarily have to be Linux only if one does exist.
Don't think "cut and encode", think "encode from here to here".
Look into the documentation of whatever you're using.
For example, from ffmpeg's man page:
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-t duration
Restrict the transcoded/captured video sequence to the duration specified in seconds. "hh:mm:ss[.xxx]" syntax is also supported.

-ss position
Seek to given time position in seconds. "hh:mm:ss[.xxx]" syntax is also supported.
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