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Render Webpage to Image in C#?

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Hi,

I would like to create a piece of code in C# that is calling a webpage, renders it and creates an image file (jpg,gif etc) out of it.

Is there a piece of code available that is doing this? Probably it is possible to use the rendering engine of an installed browser for this?

I want to use the created image for an image-rss feed for framechannel when I manage to create it. Finally the image shall appear on a digital photo frame.

Any help will be appreciated.
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Wow... this was really fast.

Exactly what I need.

Thanks :-)
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Always glad to help!
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