Show your controller input while playing
Hi everyone !

I just finished to make a program that shows the inputs you make. For example, you could use it on a stream with OBS or directly put it over PCSX2 and record the screen directly.

How to use :
  • Connect your controller on your computer.
  • Launch the program.
  • Select your controller.
  • Press Escape if you have a Xbox360 controller (emulated or not), then choose Properties, Type of controller and finally select Xbox360 Controller, press Escape again to hide the menu.
  • If you want to change the background color or the color the keys are when they are pressed, click on Colors in the menu and choose the colors.
I hope you enjoy it Smile

If you have any questions or issues with this program, you can tell me here or via PM.

Thanks a lot !

Here's some screenshots !

No button pressed

Some buttons pressed


Kingdom Hearts YAY !

Known bugs:
  • Bad support for L2 and R2 for Xbox360 controller
  • The application may freeze when changing controller
  • The configurations may not be kept between versions
Changelog :
  • 0.1.2  : 
    - The window can be transparent and at top of every windows
    - Scroll to resize the window
    - Press Q to quit the application
    - You can change the window height and width from the settings
    - The controller window keeps its position after relaunching the application
  • 0.1.1 : 
    - You can doubleclic to select the controller
    - L2 and R2 works for Xbox360 controller (kinda :/)
Downloads :

.exe   HowIsMyPS2Controller-0.1.2.exe (Size: 2,59 MB / Downloads: 965)

.exe   HowIsMyPS2Controller-0.1.1.exe (Size: 2,59 MB / Downloads: 659)

.exe   HowIsMyPS2Controller-0.1.0.exe (Size: 2,59 MB / Downloads: 624)

Virustotal :
Version 0.1.2
Version 0.1.1
Version 0.1.0

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I made a stream using OBS with this program.

[Video link]

Here are some screenshots of the configuration for OBS.
That's pretty cool!
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The version 0.1.2 is now available !
Here's a clip where a famous french Youtuber (Joueur Du Grenier) used it to show how the input lag in a game was important.

Link to the full video:

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