What are intra-coded pictures in MPEG?
Intra-coded pictures (I-pictures or I-frames) are pictures that are coded by using information present only in the picture itself and without depending on information from other pictures. I-pictures provide a mechanism for random access into the compressed video data. I-pictures employ transform coding of the pixel blocks and provide only moderate compression.
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