Your old software came with a USB Capture Device so does the newer version Roxio Easy VHS to DVD plus.
My guess is your using W-10 with the old capture device and it is the problem?
Several folks have posted here and described your situation and they too were using the old capture device on W-10.
Old on the left new on the right, what one are you using?
There is registration and activation. Registration keeps your CD Key (product keys) stored on the Roxio site always there to recover.
Activation looks up your CD-Key finds it is legitimate and lets you install the software then deducts 1 activation. You get 10 to 15 activations for most of Roxios software.
If you have a problem with " my win tv analog capture card " it's not a Roxio problem!
I told you an enabled webcam causes problems so will multiple capture cards!
I doubt your Roxio will work if it does and doesn't show what your capturing that is the best it will get with the old capture device using it in W-10 and NXT7.
Are you using your win tv analog capture card with Roxio's Media Import?
If you have Creator NXT 6 it includes Roxio Media Import.
All you need is the Roxio VHS to DVD USB device and install the drives from the Roxio VHS to DVD disc to capture with Creator NXT 6, Video & Movies, Import, Capture Video.
Did you install the new version on top of your non-working version?
Or did you uninstall your old version and the driver in Device Manager, reboot the PC, shut down antivirus and firewall software before installing the new version?
I'm a windows guy on that side you need two specific Roxio Drivers listed in Windows Device Manager, under sound video and game controllers.
Having multiple capture devices and their drivers have caused problems with the windows side of this software.
Even an active webcam needs to be disabled for the software to work correctly.
You use your created playlist in music disc creator, and then export that list that saves your created playlist and tracks to your hard drive, then play them over an audio conferencing service?
I know of none!
I take it your audio conferencing service doesn't do a shuffle?