In order to secure and maintain the authenticity and integrity of multimedia documents, we use digital watermarking. This discipline can be applied to images, audios, and videos. For this reason, and to be independent of the nature of the signal composing the document to be watermarked, we will propose in this chapter two watermarking techniques, one for the audio and another for the image to watermark a video containing the two components audio and image. MDCT is combined with Watson model and a motion detection algorithm in the image watermarking technique and is combined with a psychoacoustic model to elaborate the audio watermarking technique. For the two techniques, the bits of the mark will be duplicated to increase the capacity of insertion and then inserted into the least significant bit (LSB). We will use an error correction code (Hamming) on the mark for more reliability in the detection phase. To highlight our experimental results point of view robustness and imperceptibility, we will compare the proposed techniques with some other existing techniques.
Part of the book: Digital Image and Video Watermarking and Steganography