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7 December 2001 Wavelet-based audio embedding and audio/video compression
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Watermarking, traditionally used for copyright protection, is used in a new and exciting way. An efficient wavelet-based watermarking technique embeds audio information into a video signal. Several effective compression techniques are applied to compress the resulting audio/video signal in an embedded fashion. This wavelet-based compression algorithm incorporates bit-plane coding, index coding, and Huffman coding. To demonstrate the potential of this audio embedding and audio/video compression algorithm, we embed an audio signal into a video signal and then compress. Results show that overall compression rates of 15:1 can be achieved. The video signal is reconstructed with a median PSNR of nearly 33 dB. Finally, the audio signal is extracted from the compressed audio/video signal without error.
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Michael James Mendenhall and Roger L. Claypoole Jr. "Wavelet-based audio embedding and audio/video compression", Proc. SPIE 4472, Applications of Digital Image Processing XXIV, (7 December 2001); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.449771
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