Well this is apparently not the case. I did double check. I always close the applications after user, but I did see some Roxio.exe or something in the task manager. Didn't help. I restarted the computer for a fresh start. Waited for the time out. Screen turned purple. I unplugged the HDMI input from the Xbox. The purple screen stayed. I unplugged the USB and the monitor turned off due to lack of signal. So even without an Xbox or other device attached. The Roxsio is sending a signal via output.
I tried a few more things. I changed power settings on the USB. No help. I disabled legacy support on the USB ports. No help. I even changed ports, no help. As a last ditch effort I switch the Roxio to the other monitor. Same thing.
The Roxio when provided with power is sending a video signal of some type via HDMI, whether there is anything attached or not. It functions fine, but this is really frustrating.