*It uses the AT328P.
*I connected D9, D8, D7, D6, D2, REF, and A2 to their corresponding pinds on the shield.
*I found out something a little while after I posted. It turns out there was no power being supplied to the chip from my setup. Also, the input and output video jacks did not have their grounds connected. When I fixed all of these issues, the board gave the proper output. Unfortunately I will have to solder in jumper wires to the correct places on the board if I want this setup to function normally.