Interframe Compression

A means of data compression used for the compression of digital video, animation, or other moving images. Interframe compression is based on the encoding of—or creating a shorthand notoation for—portions of a frame that possess the same color. Such coding is the basis beghind MPEG encoding. See Data Compression.

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