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Exploring Compression Effects for Improved Source Camera Identification Using Strongly Compressed Video

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This paper presents a study of the video compression effect on source camera identification based on the Photo-Response Non-Uniformity (PRNU). Specifically, the reliability of different types of frames in a compressed video is first investigated, which shows quantitatively that I-frames are more reliable than P-frames for PRNU estimation. Motivated by this observation, a new mechanism for estimating the reference PRNU and two mechanisms for estimating the test-video PRNU are proposed to achieve higher accuracy with fewer frames used. Experiments are performed to validate the effectiveness of the proposed mechanisms. This paper has been published in ICIP in 2011.

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