Powering Raspberry Pi from 5v power supply

Quick question as I am a complete beginner.

I bought a 5v 200w power supply to power LEDs for a TV ambilight project, and have everything working great. My question is can I power the Raspberry Pi that I am using in this project from the power supply instead of its own 5v brick?

Not sure if I am doing anything wrong, but I attached the red/black from a micro USB cable to the power supply, and it does indeed power the Pi, but it doesn't seem to have enough power to run the video capture USB stick that is plugged into the Pi. When I hook it back up to another 5v brick, everything works fine. Shouldn't this power supply be way more than enough to do this?

Thanks in advance!

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