Pricing

Isadora

Quantity discounts are applied automatically if you purchase more than one license in a single order. Additional discounts are available to faculty, staff and students at recognized academic institutions, and also to non-profit organizations whose yearly income is USD 150,000 or less. Follow this link to apply for the academic/non-profit discount.

QUANTITY
PURCHASED
DISCOUNTSTANDARD
PRICE
ACADEMIC/NON-PROFIT
PRICE
1 $350.00$275.00
25.0%$665.00$522.50
37.5%$971.25$763.13
410.0%$1260.00$990.00
512.5%$1531.25$1203.13
615.0%$1785.00$1402.50
717.5%$2021.25$1588.16
820.0%$2240.00$1760.00
922.5%$2441.25$1918.17
1025.0%$2625.00$2062.50
2025.0%$5250.00$4125.00
3025.0%$7875.00$6187.50
All prices are in US dollars.
VAT is not included in these prices!

Isadora Optional Upgrades

These optional upgrades can be purchased along with your Isadora license, or added at a later time to existing licenses. Please note that there is no quantity discount for these items.

USB Key – $80 per License

If you often move from computer to computer, then a USB Key is the best way to make your Isadora license mobile. If already have a standard license, and would like to change to the USB Key licensing system, you simply need to purchase a USB key and provide your existing license information when you order. We’ll take care of the rest.

Core Video Upgrade – $25 per License

The Core Video upgrade makes for Mac OS X makes all of Apple’s Core Image video processing plugins available within Isadora. Because these modules do the image processing on your graphics card, they are very fast. In addition, any Quartz Composer patches installed on your system will appear as a module in Isadora.

Core Audio Upgrade: $25 per License

The Core Audio upgrade for Mac OS X makes Apple’s Audio Unit plugins available as a module in Isadora. Adding this feature allows you to do sophisticated sound processing far more sophisticated sound processing than can be accomplished in the standard version of the software.

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