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Old 09-28-2015, 05:16 AM   #1
gafoor52
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Question How can I add invisible watermark to video at regular intervals on linux command line


I need to add an invisible watermark (steganography) to video, at a particular frame. I found some tools like steghide, outguess and fmpeg but these tools are meant for images. I even tried by converting a video into images and watermarking by above tools but it's a lengthy process. Is there any tool that we can add/detect the invisible watermark at a particular frame in the video??

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