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2) There are many different possible interpretations of "histogram for a video", so you need to TellTheDetails(⇐click) about what exactly you're looking for, what exactly you tried, and what exactly you're having trouble with.

If you can follow those guidelines, there's a lot of great help to be found here. Good luck!

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I have done Video steganography for 1bit LSB(Least Significant Bit) and 2 bit LSB.So i need to compare them using histogram.Is it possible??

It is a safe bet that most folks here know what a histogram is. We also know what still images and videos are.

What most folks here probably DON'T know is how you "use a histogram" on either a still image or a video image. I don't know how you "use a histogram" for anything. I know how to generate a histogram from data points. I know how to read a histogram. I've never done it, but I could probably figure out how to display one using java.

But I have no idea how to "compare (a video) using histogram".

A histogram is basically a graph. That means you need at least two variables. We have no idea if what you want is a histogram based on the color of each pixel, based on the number of dogs in the image, on the number of pixels that change from image to image...

You really need to tell us the details if you expect to get any real help. The best that I can tell, you are just stringing together random words and asking us to help you with that.