99-file limit

I have tried using various DVD-burning pieces of software burn approx. 300 small video onto one DVD, but I’m getting the 99-file limit error message.  The DVD has enough space to hold the files.  How do I get around the 99-file software limit?  I'm willing to purchase any software that can get the job accomplished.
RichhockeyAsked:
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sweepsCommented:
It is a DVD or CD Track limit.  

here is a thread on a couple of work-a-rounds
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Software/MultiMedia_Applications/Q_23224002.html 
johanntagleCommented:
It's actually a 99-track limit when you're trying to create a multimedia dvd.  Are you really trying to create a DVD or you are just trying to store files to a DVD?  If the latter then just choose to create a data dvd, not a video dvd.  If you are trying to create a video dvd, then you will need to join videos using video editing software until you only have 99 separate files.
EirmanChief Operations ManagerCommented:
It's part of the restrictions imposed by the dvd standard (ISO 9660)

Boilsoft is a good video joiner where the video formats are the same (frame rate etc) as it does not re-encode videos (it's really fast!)
http://boilsoft.com/

If you need to keep them separate, just create a data dvd (in categorised folders if you want) and make sure the the movies are in avi/divx format.
Most modern DVD players can play these. Using this method you can have 1000+ small videos on the one dvd, and view them on most dvd players.

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RichhockeyAuthor Commented:
Great solution.  I purchased the boilsoft.com software for $28 and can now string hundreds of small video clips together.  Problem solved.  I just wish that I could keep the HD format when combining small video clips into one big file before burning into a video DVD.  But, at least I have a great solution that gets the job done.  Thanks alot!!!!!!
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