A type of compression
used by some codecs
that assumes frames
beside each other look similar. The first frame in the series would be entirely digitized
(called a key frame). In the next frame only the information that has changed is digitized. Because temporal compression makes one frame depend on another it makes editing temporally compressed video difficult.
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