intraframe

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intra- +‎ frame

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intraframe (plural intraframes)

  1. (signal processing) A video frame which does not depend on any other frame for rendering, but simply presents fixed image. Usually subject to spatial compression.
    • 1999, Francis Botto, Dictionary of Multimedia and Internet Applications[1], page 156:
      The frequency of intraframes determines the frequency of random access points for non-linear playback or editing.

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