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journal of King Abdulaziz University Computing and Information Technology Sciences
Recently, video watermarking has received much consideration. Several applications in a variety of domains have been implemented, and many are progressing. This paper intends to formulate a novel video watermarking framework that includes three stages: (i) Optimal video frame prediction, (ii) A watermark embedding process, and (iii) A watermark extraction process. In the proposed model, the optimal frame prediction is carried out using the deep belief network (DBN) framework. Initially,doi:10.4197/comp.8-2.3 fatcat:4dwasarwercoxm2n4nc2wq2d4y