How do I get movies to show up in the gallery?

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    Can someone help me? I can't get my movies to show up in the gallery so that I may watch them. I know it's on my memory card because I'm able to check what's on there using my computer. Please help me. Thank you!:D
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    Hmm when you click gallery, are you scrolling all the way down? Is it stock gallery?
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    yes, but I'm not finding it
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    If they're not the right format (MP4, MPEG4) then it wont see them. AVIs wont fly with the stock gallery app.
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    I got it saved as mpegs
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    What is the full filename? MPEG4 is just the coded you need, and the file wrapper needs to be MP4. You can have MP4 files that dont use the MPEG4 codec, and the phone wont see them.
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    the file name says just say spongebob
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    Use Handbrake or Any Video Converter or DVDCatalyst, and make sure it's set to use the FFMPEG or MPEG4 codec.