Can you be more specific about what you're trying to capture and from where?
Win 10 does have a video capture app built-in but I don't know if this is adequate for your needs:
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Legacy Everything needs to be added back. Control panel, programs, add features back to windows.
Windows Live Essentials 2012 needs to be reinstalled.
Directx June 2010 needs to be added back.
You download file and extract to a folder. Then Run DXSETUP.EXE as administrator.
Legacy OHCI Firewire Driver needs to be installed.
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PCI-E 1394a firewire card with Texas Instruments Chipset needs to be installed.
You need to Add Cyberlogic Power DVD back so that Movie maker works. This is a USB 2.0 drive on purpose.
The drive is the same cost as buying the software suite without a drive.
It also allows you to have an F12 Bootable Disk that works on ANY dell from 2006 to 2019.
You also have to add the feature back for Legacy Direct Show, DOTNET 2.0 and 3.5 from control Panel. If you do all the right things in the right order it will work. Control Panel, All Control Panel Items, Programs and Features, Turn windows features on and Off,
Then do the checkboxes. You MUST BE online when you do this because it will whine about not finding the features and needing to download them from windows update.
Once all of that is done you can use USB capture for analog video to movie maker.