I have a non-standard sized PDF (used for an 8cm-printer) and want to crop any white-space on the bottom (thus I want to keep the 8cm width and remove the bottom white space, in fact similar as you would use scissors in the analog world)
I have tried pdfcrop, which seems to not work with non-standard sized PDFs (the output of
pdfcrop --margins 10 input.pdf output.pdf looks the same as the input) and I have tried pdfjam - the output of
pdfjam --keepinfo --trim "10mm 10mm 10mm 10mm" --clip true --suffix "cropped" input.pdf produces an A4 file with missing information.
Most tools seem to assume that you want to keep the paper-size, which I don't want - I want to remove the bottom portion and reduce the height of the PDF accordingly.
Is there a way to do it?