Deepfake detection is gaining significant importance in the research community. While most of the research efforts are focused around high-quality images and videos, deepfake generation algorithms today have the capability to generate low-resolution videos, occluded deepfakes, and multiple-subject deepfakes. In this research, we emulate the real-world scenario of deepfake generation and spreading, and propose the DF-Platter dataset, which contains (i) both low-resolution and high-resolution deepfakes generated using multiple generation techniques and (ii) single-subject and multiple-subject deepfakes, with face images of Indian ethnicity. Faces in the dataset are annotated for various attributes such as gender, age, skin tone, and occlusion. The database is prepared in 116 days with continuous usage of 32 GPUs accounting to 1,800 GB cumulative memory. With over 500 GBs in size, the dataset contains a total of 133,260 videos encompassing three sets. To the best of our knowledge, this is one of the largest datasets containing vast variability and multiple challenges. We also provide benchmark results under multiple evaluation settings using popular and state-of-the-art deepfake detection models. Further, benchmark results under c23 and c40 compression are provided. The results demonstrate a significant performance reduction in the deepfake detection task on low-resolution deepfakes and show that the existing techniques fail drastically on multiple-subject deepfakes. It is our assertion that this database will improve the state-of-the-art by extending the capabilities of deepfake detection algorithms to real-world scenarios. The database is available at:

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