Currently, there is no method by which images can be utilized directly from Visualizer and NameMapping in comparing images on screen. This, I believe, was already mentioned above by @AlexKaras . This, I believe, answers your question: You will need to create a repository of baseline images to use in your comparisons so that you can either use the PictureObj.Difference method or a Region Checkpoint to compare images.
If you want such a thing added, there is a feature request area here on the community that you can request it. However, placing a request does not mean it willl get added/created/developed in the short term... meaning, you will STILL need to do the work to create that image respository.
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