Several new video and image watermarking proposals are based on
. However, these systems can be not easily used in fingerprinting schemes because they do not satisfy the marking assumption defined in . In this paper we discuss some guidelines to adapt a watermarking system based on informed coding and informed embedding to a generic fingerprinting code, while keeping up with the marking assumption, that is to say, when as a result of one collusion attack of two users, that have different marks that represent the value 0 in the
th position, we have a pirate mark wich represents the 0 value in this same
th position. This can be achieved modifying the work of Miller, Doër and Cox in .