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Key Frame
Video Compression algorithms start with a Key Frame, which contains data of all the pixels in the frame, and does not depend on another reference frame when addressed. The subsequent frames are compared to it, and only the difference is processed. In video clips where the frames change drastically (as in changes of scene, change of direction, etc.), the compression program will define another key frame.

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