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Sequence Format indicates whether an input video is interlaced or progressive, when creating MPEG-2 video stream. Interlaced sequence is a sequence where each frame is comprised of temporally adjacent two fields, a top field and a bottom field, which are separated by one field-period. Progressive sequence is a sequence where each frame has all picture components in the same time. Depending on whether Sequence Format is interlaced or progressive, the available options in MPEG-2 video encoding are different. MPEG-1 video stream is encoded entirely as a progressive sequence.

-- LeeThompson - 24 Mar 2002

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