The problem used to be with older versions of VRD that only 1 instance of VideoReDoSilent could run at a time, so using the non silent object was the only way to run more than 1 at a time. After notifying DanR of VRD he fixed that in newer versions. If you have a recent version of VRD you may want to try editing one of the scripts and removing the if/else and using the else clause. i.e.: Code: Set VideoReDoSilent = wscript.CreateObject( "VideoReDo.VideoReDoSilent" ) set VideoReDo = VideoReDoSilent.VRDInterface Then it will always run in silent mode and should work fine. I can't make that change in general release because many people only have older versions of VRD such as VRD Plus which still have the old bug.