Reversible and Tunable Data Hiding with Advanced Video Coding

  • Vivek* J
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Due to broad usage of digital broadcasting application, information can be hackneyed and duplicated. Hence, multimedia security & copy right protection is becoming crucial. Steganography is an outstanding apparatus in providing protection as well as security to multimedia information by hiding digital content. H.264/Advanced Video Coding (AVC), a recent international standardized video coding technique which is under expansion, has presented a major revolution in video compression efficiency. The encoding efficiency of AVC is sophisticated than previous ethics such as H.263. In this paper, a complexity video embedding on H.264 is employed. So as to hide the secret image, chaos image encryption technique has been used where shuffling positions and altering grey values of image pixels are done. The secret image is embedded into video sequences by varying coefficients of I and P Frames. In decoding process, embedded information can be extracted without loss of compressed video content. Applications of proposed method include medicine, military where loss of carrier data is not permitted. Proposed model affords an overview of technical features and relative characteristics of H.264 standard that gives good PSNR and embedding capacity.




Vivek*, J., & Gadgay, Dr. B. (2020). Reversible and Tunable Data Hiding with Advanced Video Coding. International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering (IJRTE), 8(5), 2056–2063.

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