Definitions for "Intraframe"
coding: A method used by some picture processors ( codecs) that relies upon information completely contained within a single frame of video information. See Cosine transform coding, Scene adaptive coding.
lossy way to compress a video signal for transmission in which half the picture information is eliminated by discarding every other frame as it comes from the camera. During playback, each frame remains on the screen twice the normal duration to simulate the standard 30-frames-per-second video rate.
Something that occurs within a single frame of video. Intraframe compression does not reduce temporal redundancy, but allows each frame to be independently manipulated or accessed. (See I picture.) Compare to interframe.