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An MP3 file consists of many frames. A frame is a piece of data of about 1000 bytes long, with a little sound data in it. Each frame consists of a header and some data. The header contains the bitrate for the frame, whether the sound is in stereo, and so on. A player plays a file by looking for these headers, decoding the frames and playing the sound. You ...


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I believe that there is some old research (like this or this on lossy-compression tolerant stego, but not I do not know if there are any guarantees provided or real-world implementations. At the end of the day, there are too many possible manipulations and it is unrealistic for a tool to handle all possible image transformations (but I haven't tried this in ...



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