"Interframe compression: A step in video compression that considers and eliminates redundant information in successive video frames.The background of a movie scene, for example, might not change, even though the actors move around the set. Temporal Compression is also referred to as Interframe compression. These compression techniques use data of multiple frames from before and after the current frame to “represent” the current frame. It works partially on the principle that certain information in different nearby frames would be the same. These compression schemes work on identifying and storing those differences between the different frames, lowering the overall bandwidth. Common uses of interframe (temporal) compression. Most of the following examples use the MPEG‐2 compression format: Used in standard definition DVD’s Digital cable transmission HDV video recording AVCHD consumer HD camcorders (uses MPEG‐4 compression) Consumer DVR’s"