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I just bought the Pinnacle Video Capture and I hooked up my PS2 to it. The hardware works and I can record my gameplay. However, the screen for it is pretty small and there is no way to enlarge it. I found a program called BTV and it allows me to do the same thing with a bigger screen. The problem is that the program doesn't work.

I'm looking for another program that can do the same thing or maybe someone here knows a secret for a video input device. A full-screen or something a can maximize.
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