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I have a Pioneer DVD recorder (DVR-810H). Often when copying a program to a DVD there is not enough room on one disc, and the copying must be done on 2 discs. The bulk of the recording is in "part 1", with whatever is remaining going to "part 2". Part 2 is usually very small, and this leaves empty space on the second DVD. I cannot find a way to be able to add more programming than "part 2 " to the second disc. Does anyone know of a way to do this? Thanks.
 

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The least time consuming method would be plan ahead and record at a quality that will either fit on one disk or fill most of 2 disks so you don't feel you are wasting disks.

Another way would be to record on RWs, then use a PC to rip the RWs using DVD Shrink to recombine the two pieces and output a "shrunk" version that fits on one DVD. Then burn that to an R. This will take lots more time than the $.40/disk is worth.
 
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