Scene Segmentation for Interframe Forgery Identification


  • Andriani Telkom University
  • Rimba Whidiana Ciptasari School of Computing, Telkom University, Jalan Telekomunikasi. 1, Kabupaten Bandung 40257, Indonesia
  • Hertog Nugroho Bandung State of Polytechnic, Jalan Gegerkalong Hilir, Ciwaruga, Kabupaten Bandung Barat 40559, Indonesia



inter-frame forgery, optical flow, similarity, static scene, scene segmentation, video forgery


A common type of video forgery is inter-frame forgery, which occurs in the temporal domain, such as frame duplication, frame insertion, and frame deletion. Some existing methods are not effective to detect forgeries in static scenes. This work proposes static and dynamic scene segmentation and performs forgery detection for each scene. Scene segmentation is performed for outlier detection based on changes of optical flow. Various similarity checks are performed to find the correlation for each frame. The experimental results showed that the proposed method is effective in identifying forgeries in various scenes, especially static scenes, compared with existing methods.


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How to Cite

Andriani, Ciptasari, R. W., & Nugroho, H. (2023). Scene Segmentation for Interframe Forgery Identification. Journal of ICT Research and Applications, 17(2), 201-213.