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H.264 Video Watermarking: Applications, Principles, Deadlocks, and Future

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Marc Chaumont

Abstract

Watermarking is known to be a very difficult task. Robustness, Distortion, Payload, Security, Complexity are many constraints to deal with. When applied to a video stream, the difficulty seems to be growing in comparison to image watermarking. Many classical non malicious manipulations of a compressed stream may suppress the embedded information. For example, a simple recompression of a DVD movie (MPEG2 compression) to a DivX movie will defeat most of the current state-of-the-art watermarking systems. In this talk, we will expose the different techniques in order to watermark a video compressed stream. Before, we will present the H.264/AVC standard which is one of the most powerful video-compression algorithms. The discussion about video watermarking will be illustrated with H.264 streams. Deadlocks will be discussed, and then the possible extensions and the future applications will conclude the presentation.
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lirmm-00577950 , version 1 (17-03-2011)

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Marc Chaumont. H.264 Video Watermarking: Applications, Principles, Deadlocks, and Future. IPTA: Image Processing Theory, Tools and Applications, Jul 2010, Paris, France. ⟨lirmm-00577950⟩
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