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ImageVisualizer Update version Apr 12, 2019
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What is Image Visualizer?

Image Visualizer allows you to preview image or bitmap variables while debugging in Visual Studio. You just need to hover any image or bitmap variable while debugging and press magnifier icon as shown below:

This will open Image Visualizer window which will allow you to preview image. In this window you can see image info, change zoom level, copy image to clipboard or save image as file.

How to install it?


  • Visual Studio 2019
  • .NET Framework 4.7.2

Option 1: Download it

  1. Download ImageVisualizer.dll from here.

  2. Check if Windows blocked downloaded dll file by going to Properties window of the file (Right click -> Properties) and if it's blocked unblock it using this check box:

  1. Copy ImageVisualizer.dll to %USERPROFILE%\Documents\Visual Studio 2019\Visualizers folder.

Option 2: Compile it yourself

  1. Open ImageVisualizer.sln with Visual Studio and compile it.

  2. Post build event of Visual Studio will copy ImageVisualizer.dll file to %USERPROFILE%\Documents\Visual Studio 2019\Visualizers folder automatically.


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