This is my first post, so please bear with me. I run a custom car chopshop and recently recieved a somewhat strange request from a client who wanted to play music videos on his built-in dvd system (a Pioneer AVIC-F900BT). He gave me a usb stick with over 300 music videos (just under 4 gigs), mostly downloaded from youtube and in the .flv format.
Having done a little research myself, I found that I could convert the videos into mpeg-2 and then burn using any standard burning program like Nero Express. Unfortunatley, most of the programs I have looked at limit you to burning a max of 60 - 99 video files onto the dvd.
My question is the following: is there anyway i can burn these 300 .flv videos onto a SINGLE dvd disk (as they are well below the standard dvd size). Because they will be played on a tiny screen - resolution and quality is not of importance. Please recommend software that I could purchase to convert and burn these files.
Thank you for your time and help.