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iFrame

(1) (I-frame) A keyframe in interframe compression. I-frames are fully intact video frames, from which subsequent frames are derived. See interframe coding.

(2) A digital video format from Apple. See Apple iFrame.

(3) (Inline FRAME) An HTML structure that allows another HTML document to be inserted into an HTML page. The iFrame is set up as a window frame of a specified size that scrolls along with the rest of the page, but the iFrame's content can itself be scrolled if it is larger than the iFrame window.

Unlike the regular HTML frames function, which is used to divide the screen into multiple windows, the iFrame is typically used to insert an ad or small amount of text in the middle of a page. See frames, XFrames and HTML.


An iFrame in a Frame
The HTML frames feature divides the screen into partitions, but the iFrame is an independent frame that would scroll off the screen like any text or graphics on the page.
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Similarly, there's no Smith & Wesson without "I" as the wheelguns we know and love arguably all began with the company's "I-Frame." While the frame size has been out of production for several decades, these great guns are far more than just a historical footnote.
For rapid viewpoint adaptation, we design a novel rapid view adaptation mechanism that selectively delivers an I-frame during view point updates by using frame indexing.
While encoding and analyzing the HEVC, VP9, and H.264 clips, it struck me that while using only one I-frame for a 5-second clip was reasonable, I probably should have switched to a 2-second I-frame interval for the 30-second clip.
After waiting for the IPTV content of the requested channel to be delivered, the STB waits for a decodable frame, called an Intra-coded frame (I-frame).
In order to do so, Google says that it encodes a denser I-frame spacing to enable efficient seeking and playback.The app works without an internet connection and also comes with algorithms that guard against pocket shots, and accidental camera shakes.
Although earlier Kit Guns (the Model 34 and its cousins) were built on the petite I-Frame, the Model 63 was made on the small J-Frame, offered six-shot capacity in its fluted cylinder, and featured nice adjustable sights on its 4.0-inch barrel.
During each channel change, the STB sends the IGMP multicasting message to join the new channel; during this change, the STB must wait more for the arrival of the decodable frame, which is called the I-frame. In order to solve this problem, many techniques have been proposed to reduce this waiting time; one of the most famous techniques is the unicast peer-assisted solution, which consists in sending the I-frame faster to allow the STB to decode the multicast stream instead of waiting for the arrival of the original I-frame.
For instance in case of an MPEG image, the video data is comprised of i-frame, p-frame and b-frame.
Laterthat year, an I-frame only version of the codec (one which does not need to compare successive video frames) was developed, called Dirac Pro, and this was passed to SMPTE for ratification, becoming VC-2.
In 1953, Smith & Wesson introduced an I-frame revolver, called the "Model of 1953" and with a cylinder holding six rounds of .22 Long Rifle ammunition.