Like many I suffered the glitch caused by a malformed URL in the email version of my receipt. Visiting the MacHeist website and downloading the RegistrationFile.txt file from there resolved that issue.
When I launch the app initially, all appears right with the world. And then KABOOM! Less than 1 minute into attempting to use the program, it dies a vicious death. This alone wouldn't be so bad, except once this happens, I CAN NO LONGER RUN KINEMAC! Any attempt to fire up the program causes it to die almost instantly (you see the briefest glimpse of the icon on the Dock and then it's gone).
Note I do not have Application Enhancers, nor anything that I'm aware of that should cause any issues like this.
I'll skip all the troubleshooting I went through (though will gladly share this with the Kinemac folks), but let's just say it's completely repeatable, and what I found is that the Kinemac.app program appears to be corrupting itself. Replacing this file with another copy from the .DMG resets things, only to have it happen again after a minute.
When I narrowed it down to this, it reminded me of an issue with Leopard's firewall when 10.5 first came out, where setting the firewall to 'set access for specific services and applications' caused some binaries to become corrupted (technically, OS X was corrupting a plist file making the app stop working). But resetting things and disabling this feature in the firewall did not help with Kinemac, so I'm guessing this is not the source.
So at this point I'm at a loss. I am completely unable to enjoy using this application, and it is THE app that made me interested enough to buy this bundle. So to say I'm disappointed would be an understatement. The question is, who is responsible for providing support in this case, as I don't know whether the issue is due still to something with the RegistrationFile.txt (even though for that brief 1 minute I can see in the About menu that it appears to be licensed to me, though the Authorize/Deauthorize menu item is greyed out), or whether this is just the program in general.