Interleave may refer to any of the following:
One-to-one - Sectors are placed on a track.
Two-to-one - Sectors are spread out by other sectors.
2. When referring to computer memory, interleaved memory is system memory divided into two or more sections. Interleave allows for memory to be accessed faster because each section of memory is capable of being utilized at once.
3. See the AVI definition for further information about Audio Video Interleave.