I don't think that any of the cardio programs are going to do much for muscle building. What they're good for is interval training - changing up incline settings and resistances so your heart rate is challenged by periodic high intensity bursts mixed in with more moderate intensity exercise. Interval training is very effective for fa burning! You can also do it yourself with the manual mode on any of the machines - simply sprint or increase the resistance for a minute or two every five minutes. I'm a manual mode person myself.
In order to build
muscle, you need to stress the muscle with weights (free weights, machines, resistance bands etc). The resistance on a cardio machine really isn't sufficient to allow you to build muscle, but higher resistances will
give you a more challenging cardiovascular workout and allow you to burn more calories (= stored fat)!