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Video steganography in java.

 
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Hello, I want to implement video steganography in java. Can anyone please tell me which actions to follow? I mean do i have to use any algorithm for that or not ? One thing i came to know is that i have to use Java Media Framework for that.
Please tell me which steps should i follow for it ?

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Why video? Usually you'd use still images.

i have to use Java Media Framework for that


Why? JMF is dead.

Not sure what you're asking by "do i have to use any algorithm for that" - of course you'd have to implement a steganography algorithm. I'm not aware of any existing ones for video -ass opposed to stillimages-, but I'm no expert in the field.
 
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But anyhow if i have to implement it then what do i have to use? if JMF is dead then which framework to use? And i want video steganography to implement.
 
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