1. Commonly I try options in case of skip the begin of video:

    ffmpeg -i -ss 2 input.mkv -ss 4 (then 3 or 5) -codec copy output.mkv

  2. I can split video by segments, then skip first segment and concatenate others in batch

    ffmpeg -i INPUT.mkv -f segment -codec copy out%03d.mkv

    then remove out001.mkv or more segments and concatenate out* to output.mkv ...

  3. Can I just skip first or more segments in command line?

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