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Detecting Video Forgeries Based on Noise Characteristics.

DOI: 10.1007/978-3-540-92957-4_27 Conference: Advances in Image and Video Technology, Third Pacific Rim Symposium, PSIVT 2009, Tokyo, Japan, January 13-16, 2009. Proceedings
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ABSTRACT The recent development of video editing techniques enables us to create realistic synthesized videos. Therefore using video data as evidence in places such as a court of law requires a method to detect forged videos. In this paper we propose an approach to detect suspicious regions in video recorded from a static scene by using noise character- istics. The image signal contains irradiance-dependent noise where the relation between irradiance and noise depends on some parameters; they include inherent parameters of a camera such as quantum efficiency and a response function, and recording parameters such as exposure and elec- tric gain. Forged regions from another video camera taken under different conditions can be differentiated when the noise characteristics of the re- gions are inconsistent with the rest of the video.

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