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Hi ,I need to display a gif image from assembly on my wpf page.
i need to display the image within the control picturebox.. anybody please help me with this
Posted 10-Sep-12 19:14pm
Updated 11-Sep-12 18:38pm
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Solution 2

Hi everybody,
i don't know if its the right solution.... but i found its working fine.

Here is my solution and i am giving it step by step

1.Add references windows.forms and form.integration to your wpf project
2.introduce namespaces


This integrates form properties with wpf.
now we can freely use the form based control picturebox within wpf
<wfi:windowsformshost xmlns:wfi="#unknown">
<winforms:picturebox x:name="pictureBox" xmlns:x="#unknown" xmlns:winforms="#unknown">

4.After it obtain the executing assembly and the input image source for picturebox as stream..

System.Reflection.Assembly assembly=System.Reflection.Assembly.GetExecutingAssembly();

System.IO.Stream stream = (System.IO.Stream)assembly.GetManifestResourceStream("MyProjectLibrary.Images.blink.gif");

pictureBox.Image = System.Drawing.Image.FromStream(stream);

my thanks to MehdiGholam for the reference link
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