Relating to time. The temporal component of motion video is broken into individual still pictures. Because motion video can contain images (such as backgrounds) that do not change much over time, typical video has large amounts of temporal redundancy.
To do with the time dimension of video, i.e. the changes of the contents of a video in time. For example, a temporal smoother smooths out blemishes that occur on an individual pixel within a range (period) of frames. (More)
Of or concerning time. In the context of health impact assessment, "temporal" refers to an analytical scale relating to the time scale for the assessment of health impacts. For example, on a temporal scale, toxicity can be variously described as acute, chronic, or even transgenerational. Therefore, it is important to specify desirable spatial and temporal scales for every significant risk. Scale determination is crucial and can exert a considerable influence on the perceived importance of a pollution problem.