Like many browsers and operating systems, you can use Google Chrome on Microsoft Windows to create and watch Vidyard videos. Within the Vidyard platform, you can click on the Play option when hovering over your players to preview the content without having to go to a Sharing Page.
When you preview a Vidyard videos within the platform, the buffering circle continues to spin without ever playing the content.
It's likely that there is a process running in Windows that is causing a high percentage of CPU to be used. We have seen a particular issue caused by one called the Windows Audio Device Graph Isolation that relates to a sound driver.
A restart of your machine should clear the issue. You can open the Windows Task Manager to look at what processes are using a high percentage of CPU (right click on the taskbar at the bottom and select Task Manager to accomplish this).
If one particular process is causing an ongoing problem on your machine, please refer to support related articles for your device/process that may help you understand why it can cause high CPU usage and rectify if possible.