Definitions for "Interframe"
coding: A process used by some picture processors ( codecs) that relies upon the difference between two successive video frames. See High Order Differential Pulse Code Modulation, Conditional replenishment, Motion compensation coding.
a frame that has a data dependency on another frame
temporally compressed frame. Also called a "difference" or "delta" frame in QuickTime. MPEG has two types of interframes - "B-frames" and "P-frames".
Keywords:  inlaid, knives, folding, handle, inside
A handle made of two different types of materials, one inlaid inside the other. Normally found on folding knives.