(M-JPEG) A compression technique for
moving images which applies JPEG still image compression
to each frame of a moving picture sequence.
Play-back requires a machine capable of decompressing and
displaying each JPEG image quickly enough to sustain the
required frame rate of the picture sequence.
There is no standard for Moving JPEG as with JPEG, but there
are JPEG compression chips (for example see Zoran) which are designed to work at
television frame rates and resolutions.
See also MPEG and MPEG2.