No Subscription. Starts at $159.

Your personal license comes with a year’s worth of updates. Once that year is up, you can keep using the last version of Kyno you downloaded, forever.

Kyno

For media professionals, small production companies and creative agencies

$159
  • 1 year of updates
  • Covers one person and allows activation on up to 3 different computers of that person
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Updates for another year: $79 Renew Your License

Kyno Premium

For film, TV & broadcast professionals and production companies

$349
  • Extended format support
  • Delivery & contribution workflows
  • Advanced settings
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Updates for another year: $169 Renew Your License
Upgrade from Kyno: $190 Upgrade To Premium

Enterprise Licensing

Are you a business looking to purchase team licenses?
Get in touch to find out about our enterprise solutions and priority support.

Educational License

We love how students and educators have used Kyno in their projects and classrooms across the globe and we want to have you on board.

We offer a 50% discount on our standard price per license for use in academic institutions. Students can get a license of Kyno for the reduced price of 59 USD/EUR per license (or 99 USD/EUR for Kyno Premium) with a valid email address from an educational/academic institution.

Your Kyno License Explained

  • How long is my license valid?

    Your license is valid for a year from the date you purchase it. For example, if you purchase your license on 4th April, 2019, you’ll get regular updates until 4th April, 2020. To receive updates after that date, you’ll need to renew your license.

  • What happens if I don’t renew my license?

    If you don’t want to renew your license after it expires, you can continue to use the version of Kyno that you have, for as long as you want, but you won’t be able to receive any further updates. If you decide you want to renew at a later date, that’s fine — you’re welcome back at any time.

  • Do I need to renew my license to receive fixes?

    We split up Kyno releases into regular updates and bug-fix updates. You’ll always be entitled to a bug-fix update for your last version, even after your license has expired.

  • Where can I find the End User License Agreement (EULA)?

    You can read Kyno's End User License Agreement here. The EULA is a legal contract between Lesspain Software, the author of the software application Kyno, and the user of that application.

  • “Kyno is the most full-featured media management system I’ve ever seen.”
    Larry Jordan
  • Software product of the year 2016.
    Newsshooter.com
  • “An easy to use interface, that has a lot of power under the hood.”
    Cinema5D
  • “A really good piece of software that I recommend.”
    Philip Bloom
  • “Kyno organizes all of your footage in an intuitive fashion.”
    No Film School
  • “A Swiss army knife of video handling.”
    RedShark News