This paper introduces a novel method for video compression, specifically focusing on a technique termed "Skip Mode Using Highly Similar Reference Frames." The approach leverages the identification of reference frames that closely resemble the current frame to enhance compression efficiency. By determining highly similar reference frames through a threshold-based comparison of block errors, the technique enables the encoding of current blocks using mode information from neighboring blocks. This process reduces the bits required for signaling mode information, thereby improving compression performance.

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