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#### 9.10 Remaining Frame Header Data (non-Key Frame) {#h-09-10} | |

| Index | Description | |

| --------- | ----------------------------------------------------- | |

| `L(1)` | `mb_no_skip_coeff`. This flag indicates at the frame level if skipping of macroblocks with no non-zero coefficients is enabled. If it is set to `0` then `prob_skip_false` is not read and `mb_skip_coeff` is forced to `0` for all macroblocks (see Sections 11.1 and 12.1). | |

| `L(8)` | `prob_skip_false` = probability used for decoding a macroblock level flag, which indicates if a macroblock has any non-zero coefficients. Only read if `mb_no_skip_coeff` is `1`. | |

| `L(8)` | `prob_intra` = probability that a macroblock is "intra" predicted, that is, predicted from the already-encoded portions of the current frame as opposed to "inter" predicted, that is, predicted from the contents of a prior frame. | |

| `L(8)` | `prob_last` = probability that an inter-predicted macroblock is predicted from the immediately previous frame, as opposed to the most recent golden frame or altref frame.. | |

| `L(8)` | `prob_gf` = probability that an inter-predicted macroblock is predicted from the most recent golden frame, as opposed to the altref frame | |

| `F` | If true, followed by four `L(8)`s updating the probabilities for the different types of intra-prediction for the Y plane. These probabilities correspond to the four interior nodes of the decoding tree for intra Y modes in an interframe, that is, the even positions in the `ymode_tree` array given above. | |

| `F` | If true, followed by three `L(8)`s updating the probabilities for the different types of intra-prediction for the chroma planes. These probabilities correspond to the even positions in the `uv_mode_tree` array given above. | |

| `X` | Motion vector probability update. Details are given in 17.2, Probability Updates. | |

Decoding of this portion of the frame header is handled in the reference decoder file `dixie.c`. | |