Framework for reversible data hiding using cost-effective encoding system for video steganography

Manjunath Kamath K., R. Sanjeev Kunte

Abstract


Importances of reversible data hiding practices are always higher in contrast to any conventional data hiding schemes owing to its capability to generate distortion free cover media. Review of existing approaches on reversible data hiding approaches shows variable scheme mainly focussing on the embedding mechanism; however, such schemes could be furthermore improved using encoding scheme for optimal embedding performance. Therefore, the proposed manuscript discusses about a cost-effective scheme where a novel encoding scheme has been used with larger block sizes which reduces the dependencies over larger number of blocks. Further a gradient-based image registration technique is applied to ensure higher quality of the reconstructed signal over the decoding end. The study outcome shows that proposed data hiding technique is proven better than existing data hiding scheme with good balance between security and restored signal quality upon extraction of data.

Keywords


Reversible data hiding; Blocking; Encoding; Data security; Intra-prediction

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DOI: http://doi.org/10.11591/ijece.v10i5.pp5487-5496

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International Journal of Electrical and Computer Engineering (IJECE)
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