An efficient novel dual deep network architecture for video forgery detection

Chandrakala Chandrakala, Mungamuri Sasikala


The technique of video copy-move forgery (CMF) is commonly employed in various industries; digital videography is regularly used as the foundation for vital graphic evidence that may be modified using the aforementioned method. Recently in the past few decades, forgery in digital images is detected via machine intellect. The second issue includes continuous allocation of parallel frames having relevant backgrounds erroneously results in false implications, detected as CMF regions third include as the CMF is divided into inter-frame or intra-frame forgeries to detect video copy is not possible by most of the existing methods. Thus, this research presents the dual deep network (DDN) for efficient and effective video copy-move forgery detection (VCMFD); DDN comprises two networks; the first detection network (DetNet1) extracts the general deep features and second detection network (DetNet2) extracts the custom deep features; both the network are interconnected as the output of DetNet1 is given to DetNet2. Furthermore, a novel algorithm is introduced for forged frame detection and optimization of the falsely detected frame. DDN is evaluated considering the two benchmark datasets REWIND and video tampering dataset (VTD) considering different metrics; furthermore, evaluation is carried through comparing the recent existing model. DDN outperforms the existing model in terms of various metrics.


Deep learning; Digital video; Dual deep network; VCMFD; Video forgery

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International Journal of Reconfigurable and Embedded Systems (IJRES)
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