You might want to use the Bitmap Tool in these situations:
For example, suppose during your first round of testing you create a bitmap using one of Silk Test Classic’s built-in bitmap functions, CaptureBItmap. Assume that a second round of testing generates another bitmap, which your test script compares to the first. If the testcase fails, Silk Test Classic raises an exception but cannot specifically identify the ways in which the two images differ. At this point, you can open the Bitmap Tool from the results file to inspect both bitmaps.