A Novel Watermarking Approach for Multiple Layer Embedding the Half Toned QR Code into the Frames of a Video
This paper relies on an invisible optical watermark hidden in the image frame in such a manner that it allows us not only to assess the damage but also to recover the image and undo the damage. The method provides a summary of embedded QR-watermarks in different bit layers to highlight the best combination for optimum recoverability. Fast Answer (QR) tags are nowadays surfacing all over. They can be observed on posters, newspaper ads, forums, product labeling, and so on. Using QR codes is one of the most thrilling ways of connecting customers digitally to the internet through cell phones because mobile phones are a basic need today. In this paper, QR code is generated from the text entered by the user in the web browser and the entered text can be regenerated by scanning the QR code. This is done with the help of a web browser. The Drupal framework had been used to construct the web browser menu system and data is encrypted in a QR code symbol, with the popular Libran application C library. The experiment is conducted in English, using both single and repeated lines of text. The outcome shows that all QR encoding operations were successfully and correctly produced. This paper concentrates on the Embedding the QR code which was generated with our text on to the image frame as the multiple bit layers QR-Watermark as a novel approach. The results of the experiment provide a similarity of embedded QR-watermarks in different bit layers to demonstrate the best combination for optimum recover-ability.