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The ubiquity of video has been possible owing to the establishment of a common representation of video signals through international standards, with the goal of achieving common formats and interoperability of products from different vendors.
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It is possible to construct a low-cost displayable frame from such references by using 64×64 blocks with no residuals and (0, 0) motion vectors pointing to this reference frame.
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- Video Coding Standards
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