How to spot manipulated video | The Fact Checker

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-If a picture is worth 1,000 words,

video can be even more valuable.

While in the past, citizens couldn't be sure a politician

was telling the truth -- -Well, I am not a crook.

-- they could trust the words captured on camera

that were said to begin with.

-I did not have sexual relations with that woman.

-[Kelly] But seeing isn't always believing anymore.

Glenn didn't just say that -- I did.

False and misleading videos are circulated online,

spread by politicians, advocacy groups, and others,

and they're often viewed millions of times.

As the technology to manipulate video advances,

there's even more urgency to understand

what's real and what's fake.

-"The Fact Checker's" set out to develop a universal language

to hold creators and sharers of misleading video accountable.

This guide is intended to start a conversation.

-To equip you with a new awareness

and a set of skills to detect fake video.

-We've grouped manipulated videos