The goal of this protocol is to describe a method for quantifying induced cardiomyocyte-like cells (iCMs), which are directly reprogrammed in vitro by a reprogramming technique. Cardiac reprogramming provides a strategy to generate new cardiomyocytes. By introducing core cardiogenic transcription factors into fibroblasts; fibroblasts can be converted to iCMs without transition through the pluripotent stem cell state. However, the conversion rate of fibroblasts to iCMs still remains low. Accordingly, there have been numerous additional approaches to enhance cardiac reprogramming efficiency. Most of these studies assessed cardiac reprogramming efficiency using flow cytometry, while at the same time performed immunocytochemistry to visualize iCMs. Thus, at least two separate sets of reprogramming experiments are required to demonstrate the success of iCM reprogramming. In contrast, automated high content imaging analysis will provide both quantification and qualification of iCM reprogramming with a relatively small number of cells. With this method, it is possible to directly assess the quantity and quality of iCMs with a single reprogramming experiment. This approach will be able to facilitate future cardiac reprogramming studies that require large-scale reprogramming experiments such as screening genetic or pharmacological factors for enhancing reprogramming efficiency. In addition, the application of high content imaging analysis protocol is not limited to cardiac reprogramming. It can be applied to reprogramming of other cell lineages as well as any immunostaining experiments which need both quantification and visualization of immunostained cells.