In this paper we present a novel blind video forgery detection method by applying Markov models to motion in videos. Motion is an important aspect of video forgery detection as it effects forgery detection in videos. Most of the current video forgery detection algorithms do not consider motion in their approach. Motion is usually captured from motion vectors and prediction error frame. However capturing motion for I-frame is computationally expensive, so in this paper we extract the motion information by applying collusion on successive frames. First a base frame is obtained by applying collusion on successive frames and the difference between actual and estimate gives information about motion. Then we apply Markov models on this motion residue and apply pattern recognition on this. We used Support Vector Machines (SVMs) in our experiment. We obtained an accuracy of 87% even for reduced feature set.
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