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If your reference to 'command line' is about Linux and how you do things in Linux, you're out of date. I almost never use the command line for anything, and usually when I do it's simply because I want to learn it for the increased capabilities it unleashes.
Mint is 100% GUI interface for all of the standard functions, of a computer (meaning that most people could use GUI programs entirely and never even open the terminal once).
Handbrake, BTW, it available in Mint, and I've used it.
My guess is (FWIW) the only sacrifice you would have to put up if you used Mint to do your film coding is that things would finish up so much faster using Mint that you would have to figure out what to do with all of your extra time.
My intent here is simply to pass on information to you which you might not be aware of. Linux (Mint, but other distros as well) has made great strides over the last fifteen years. I have no stake whatsoever in which programs you use on your computer.
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