I have a set of files that I want to backup to DVD (4590MiB to be exact). Unfortunately, my DVD+Rs only have 4483MiB capacities, so I have a smidge over 100MiB extra that won't quite fit on the disc. Of course, I'd perfer not to use two discs for just a small amount of space, so I was wondering if there's any way I could get just a little more milage out of my DVDs. I tried overburning, but it was unsuccessful. I know CDs can be burned with different settings to gain an extra 50-100 MiBs (if you're willing to give up error correction and possibly detection) and I was just curious to know if anything similar could be done with DVDs, as a few read errors wouldn't cause any big problems for my content. Any ideas to get another 100MiBs out of my discs would be helpful though. Thanks in advance!