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Forged Videos by Bestagini et al

Video Forgery Dataset

P. Bestagini, S. Milani, M. Tagliasacchi, S. Tubaro

Dipartimento di Elettronica, Informazione, e Bioingegneria,

Piazza Leonardo da Vinci 32,

20133 Milano, Italy

bestagini/milani/tagliasa/tubaro@elet.polimi.it

Dataset Description

This dataset is composed by 20 video sequences: 10 original and 10 forged ones. Each sequence has a resolution of 320x240 pixels, and a frame-rate of 30 fps. Original sequences have been recorded using low-end devices, thus they have all been compressed at the origin (using either MJPEG or H264 codecs). Forged sequences have been saved as uncompressed file (RV24, 24 bit RGB). In order to uniform all the sequences to the same standard, they have all been converted to uncompressed YUV (4:2:0) files. Notice that some of the original sequences come from the Surrey University Library for Forensic Analysis (SULFA) database.

Each forged sequence is supplied with an additional MAT file, which contains the differences of the Y, U, and V componentsfor each frame of the original and the forged sequence. This serves as the ground truth.

The zip file for the original, forged and ground-truth files can be downloaded from the following link Download
The description regarding the foregeries can be found in this document Download

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