Creating Pace: When editing a film or video production many parts of the film needs editing to increase or decrease the pace of the scene.  Creating pace while editing in a film is where a films speeds up or slows down certain parts of the film. Pace changes the way the audience views the film and make them understand it in different ways. An example of films that would use a fast pace would be action films, as you’d expect there to maybe be a car chase or some sort of running scene where fast pace would be relevant. To the create a fast pace scene, shots are cut quickly and move to other different shots to create the feeling of pace. A slower pace would  be used in a drama/love story type of film. This allows the audience to see and understand the scene and characters fully without getting distracted by quick cut shots. Some movies where pace is editing are:

Fast-Furious-paul-walker-5012294-1600-1200 The Fast & Furious movies

Guardians-of-the-Galaxy-2-1308x1940 Guardians of the Galaxy

X-Men-Days-of-Future-Past-Cast-poster-570x829 The X-Men movies and there are many many more films with edited pace in them.

Information from: http://filmandvideoeditingbd.blogspot.co.uk/2012/09/creating-pace.html

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