HND Software Development Agency is a UK-based software development company that has created software that allows people to create cartoons for the BBC and the BBC iPlayer.
It is also one of the creators of HND’s own web app.
In a nutshell, HND allows you to create an animated video clip with the same kind of features that have been built into the BBC’s BBC iView and BBC iParks.
You can upload your clip to the app, and then, within a matter of minutes, the animation is ready to go.”HND is a platform for people to collaborate on cartoons.
It’s a platform that you can use for drawing, for designing, for animations and more.
It has all the elements you need to build animated videos and animations, from the camera, to the music, to everything in between,” said HND founder Simon Williams.
“This means that you don’t need to be an animator, animator to animator.”
As an example, the app lets you make an animated film clip using the iView, and upload it to the HND app.
Once the video is in the app and ready to be streamed, you can start making animations with the app.
“With the iPark, we have all of the features of the BBC app, but for the most part it’s a very streamlined experience,” said Williams.
“In the HNDS app, it’s just a matter to go into the feed and create an animation.
No technical knowledge, no knowledge of programming.
It just takes a couple of clicks, and that’s all you need.
So that’s what we do in the Hnd app.”
The app also lets you create a variety of animated videos.
It does not require any technical knowledge to use, and you can create any animation you want.
“The app is just a simple tool, and it’s very easy to use,” said William.
“We really have to take into account that it’s for people who don’t have any technical experience.
So the app is designed to make it as easy as possible for anyone to learn to make animated videos.”
In terms of the app itself, the team has been using the BBC apps to make its own videos.
“We have an extensive collection of videos that we’ve created for the UK and other countries.
We have videos for every BBC programme and all the other channels.
We’ve also made a collection of animated gifs, so if you’re interested in making animated gif videos, we’ve got them,” said Mr Williams.HND has developed a wide range of software for the app that is open source.
“There are three major areas where we are actively working on new software,” said Jonathan Taylor, the CEO of HNDC.
“First of all, we are releasing a software suite of apps for the HnDS app for use with the BBC, so we have a huge library of apps that we can use on our own apps and on BBC iVisas and BBC Mobile, so people can create animated videos on their own,” said Taylor.
The second area where HND is actively working is to build its own web-based app for the iVisa, as well as for the iPhone, Android, and other platforms.
“It’s a great opportunity for people in the UK to take control of their own video.
We don’t want it to be a huge platform, but we’re actively developing and working on a number of different projects,” said Ms Taylor.
Finally, there is the development of a tool called HND Studio, which is being used to make videos using HND software.
“Our team has developed this very basic, low-level tool for us to create animation for our videos,” said Dr Williams.
“[It’s] a really simple tool for making animation, so it’s really easy to learn.”
And, of course, HNHD’s app is very powerful, because it lets people do some really cool things, like make animated gif animation.
So you can actually use it on your own app and on a BBC iSite or BBC iPoison or on any of the platforms.
“As for the future, HnDC hopes to add a number more features to the tool, as it develops further.”
HnDC is now seeking funding for further development, which will enable it to hire more staff to continue building the Hinds software for both BBC apps and other video platforms. “
If we can build something that’s really good for us, we’ll be very happy to do it.”HND’s software is available to download for free to anyone who has an Apple mobile device, as of today.
HnDC is now seeking funding for further development, which will enable it to hire more staff to continue building the Hinds software for both BBC apps and other video platforms.
HND has also raised a total of £20,000 in a crowd-funding campaign.Follow us