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As with most appellate courts, it appears that NY also permits you to submit only the relevant parts if a transcript on appeal rather than the whole thing. See this law, for example, which states:
Section 600.5 - 4.
"Where a full or partial transcript of proceedings is made part of the record on appeal, appellant shall serve upon, or make available to, respondent a conformed copy thereof in the manner and at the time prescribed by subdivision (e) of this section."