Why is pace important when creating video?

Updated: Apr 23, 2019


Why is pace important when creating video?

Why is pace important when creating video?


Pace is something that is felt and experienced rather than seen or heard. It’s a combination of elements which need to compliment each other, in order for the pace to be set. So why is pace important when creating video?


Script length, voice-over pace, amount of images, animation speed and tempo of music, is all needed to flow at their own pace, while contributing to the overall feel of the video. With bespoke animated explainer video, you have complete charge over all elements. As ever, your target audience dictates your video pace.


Pauses and places to breathe all allow for reflection. 1 minute maybe the recommended length, but pauses must be included! There is no need to bombard your audience with an information overload – all at once. Allow time to feel, think and appreciate. Let what you’re telling them sink in.


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