Preventing re-recording based on difference between sensory perceptions of humans and devices

  title={Preventing re-recording based on difference between sensory perceptions of humans and devices},
  author={Takayuki Yamada and Seiichi Gohshi and Isao Echizen},
  journal={2010 IEEE International Conference on Image Processing},
We propose a method for preventing illegal re-recording of images and videos with digital camcorders. Conventional digital watermarking techniques involve embedding content ID into images and videos, which helps to identify the place and time where the actual content was recorded. However, digital watermarking technology does not control the illegal re-recording of digital content with camcorders. The proposed method prevents such re-recording by corrupting the recorded content with an… CONTINUE READING
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