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Full screen video display (usb input)

Discussion in 'Camcorders, Action Cams & Video Making Forum' started by mordzy, Apr 22, 2005.

  1. mordzy

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    Hiya, not sure if this is the right forum but here goes.

    I have a little USB2 video capture device. usually use windows movie maker to capture stuff.. but what i want to do is watch TV or play on the xbox through my laptop. i can do this already but its in a tiny window.

    Does anyone know of any software where i can full screen window. even if its some capture software when i can max the preview screen...

    thanks guys
     
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    Windows MovieMaker will play full screen - under the preview window but above the 'play' button is a small icon showing a box with an arrow in it - click on it to get full screen playback, press ESC to reset.
     
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    any apps dedicated for this?
     
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    dont have a play button on the preview screen.. only the start and stop capture buttons
     
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    I would say the chances are that the poor quality at full screen is far more likely caused by the graphics card in your laptop. Full screen, full motion graphics requires a lot of memory and processing power to do well, and the chances are that a laptop will not have a top specs graphics card. I would therefore think you are likely to be stuck with a poor quality image or a small window.

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