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 Title & Authors
Recovery Corrupted Video Files using Time Information
Na, Gihyun; Shim, Kyu-Sun; Byun, Jun-Seok; Kim, Eun-Soo; Lee, Joong;
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 Abstract
In recent crime scene, there is the captured crime scene video at least one. So video files recorded on storage media often provide important evidence. Criminals often attempt to destroy storage saved crime scene video. For this reason recovery of a damaged or deleted video file is important to resolve criminal cases in aspects of digital forensic. In the recent, there is a study to recover video file based on video frames, but it is very poor time efficiency when the connecting video frames. This paper proposed advanced frame-based recovery technique of a damaged video files using time information. We suggest a new connecting algorithm to connect video frames using recorded time information in front of video frame. We also evaluate performance in aspects of time and experiment result shows that proposed method improves performance.
 Keywords
Video Restoration;Corrupted Video Data;Reassemble Video File;
 Language
Korean
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