Design of Quality Improvement Technique Through Ridgelet Transform on Watermarked Video


with the rapid spread of the use of video files cross the world before and during the pandemic, and the availability of capabilities and tools to create, store and transmit video files of high quality. The latest studies illustrate that video files are the highest data types that had been transmitted over the internet, during video transmission or broadcast from one point to the other or over the internet, videos may be damaged for several reasons, such as packet loss or jitter, in this paper, a proposed approach of Ridgelet transformation is presented to improve received video file quality, based on embedded watermark quality present in video frames. It is implemented by extracting three-color channels of video frames, i.e., Red (R), Green (G), and Blue (B). A selected watermark is included in blue channel (B) along with transmitting the video file from source to destination. However, the quality of watermark is measured with execution regarding watermark. Peak Signal-to-Noise Ratio (PSNR) and Mean Square Error (MSE) were adopted as measurement criteria. The evaluation results show interesting comparative values without noise, in comparison to applying salt, pepper, and Gaussian noise to video frames.