• Minecraft Extreme Graphics!
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This is basically a thread on some great mods or shaders to make your minecraft look amazing or well, Better. I recommend Sonic Ether's Unbelievable Shaders, Easy to install and Great Shaders. Well lets get to the list shall we :D [HR][/HR] [B][U]Sonic Ether's Unbelievable Shaders:[/U][/B] [video=youtube;GpSWtGtIC3g]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GpSWtGtIC3g&feature=channel_video_title[/video] 0:31 Don't Mind the sheep there its part of nature... :P Sonic Ether's Unbelievable Shaders Click [URL="http://www.minecraftforum.net/topic/940974-110sonic-ethers-unbelievable-shaders-glsl-shaders-dynamic-shadows-more/"]Here[/URL] It has a great shadow effect, you can even see your player's shadow, its amazing and i love to use it! It's also easy to install and it has a great motion blur to it. i recommend this [HR][/HR] [B][U]LB PHOTO REALISM:[/U][/B] [video=youtube;HRZJPQotpdw]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HRZJPQotpdw&feature=player_embedded[/video] LB PHOTO REALISM, 1.1 Click [URL="http://www.minecraftforum.net/topic/127377-16x-32x-64x-128x-256x10-lb-photo-realism-11-update-1292012/"]Here[/URL] There are certain texture packs in this pack of texture packs! The best one is [U][B]256x256[/B][/U] It is great for any server and it also has a rpg theme! i love to use this texture pack and i also recommend this! [HR][/HR] [B][U]GLSL SHADERS:[/U][/B] [video=youtube;4R-_vaPaKCM]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4R-_vaPaKCM&feature=player_embedded[/video] GLSL SHADERS Click [video]http://www.minecraftforum.net/topic/120261-110-glsl-shaders-dof-bump-mapping-waving-wheat-dynamic-shadows-and-more/[/video] This isn't better then sonic's but it is good. (opinion) it is very fast. Has alot of motion blur. lets just say that! I would recommend this for slow, yet good Computers. [HR][/HR] [B][U]WATER SHADER ALPHA:[/U][/B] [video=youtube;I97AV2csdMc]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I97AV2csdMc&feature=player_embedded[/video] Water shader alpha click [URL="http://www.minecraftforum.net/topic/542215-110-water-shader-alpha-v4d/"]here[/URL] Great its beautiful and looks amazing i love the reflection and makes minecraft look like real-life, i would recommend this [HR][/HR] [B][U]READ IMPORTANT![/U][/B] I WOULD NOT RECOMMEND USING ALL IT MAY CAUSE TO RUN OUT OF MEMORY! OR BLACK SCREENS!
Realistic texturepacks looks really out of place
The texturepacks look pretty bad, but the shaders do make the game look a bit better.
I like it.
I really do agree with the texturepack, to me it looks very grainy.
I like the shaders, it gives a nice look.
The real high res texture packs look good if you can crank your anti aliasing to ridiculously high levels. If not then it really does end up looking worse. The water shader I use and is awesome [IMG]http://i2.photobucket.com/albums/y37/SaborWolf/mcraftwbb.jpg[/IMG] Top Right, you can see the water distorts what's behind it, which is a nice effect as well. And yes, That is a dragon made out of water and ice
mostly these mods are usually for people who have good computers, not for people that have 2+ older computers.
Minecraft wasn't made for graphics like this, I still think it looks best in 16x16.
Minecraft high-res textures, because fuck your framerate.
I think the highest resolution minecraft could look good in is 64 or so, but I wouldn't turn down a pack based on that. What's bad about minecraft's default isn't the resolution it's the fact that it's terribly made textures made by people who shouldn't be making permanent graphics.
[QUOTE=CrispexOps;34829032]Minecraft high-res textures, because fuck your cpu usage[/QUOTE] Fixed that for you. At least in my case.
580 and watercooled i5@2600k my computer just burned a hole to the core of the planet help
I bet you can't use those at once, I use Sonic's rendering files and everything exept the water reflection, smoothly :)!
I like the water shader one, but these others really get annoying after a while and mess your FPS just a bit too much.
azas arid pack is much better than any other hd super ultra mega realistic pack
I use a 128x texture pack. Then again it's not made to look realistic or grainy. The wood plank texture is a few brownish tan straight lines with no texture to them. It all looks really smooth and clean [IMG]http://i2.photobucket.com/albums/y37/SaborWolf/mc173backhome.jpg[/IMG] [IMG]http://i2.photobucket.com/albums/y37/SaborWolf/FEK5.jpg[/IMG]
I think the high resolution is good for adding a little bit of detail that isn't possible with other resolutions, like phax does. Sometimes it does end up being terribly grainy.
[QUOTE=The-Gman;34812673]This is basically a thread on some great mods or shaders to make your minecraft look amazing or well, Better. I recommend Sonic Ether's Unbelievable Shaders, Easy to install and Great Shaders. Well lets get to the list shall we :D [HR][/HR] [B][U]Sonic Ether's Unbelievable Shaders:[/U][/B] [video=youtube;GpSWtGtIC3g]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GpSWtGtIC3g&feature=channel_video_title[/video] 0:31 Don't Mind the sheep there its part of nature... :P Sonic Ether's Unbelievable Shaders Click [URL="http://www.minecraftforum.net/topic/940974-110sonic-ethers-unbelievable-shaders-glsl-shaders-dynamic-shadows-more/"]Here[/URL] It has a great shadow effect, you can even see your player's shadow, its amazing and i love to use it! It's also easy to install and it has a great motion blur to it. i recommend this [HR][/HR] [B][U]GLSL SHADERS:[/U][/B] [video=youtube;4R-_vaPaKCM]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4R-_vaPaKCM&feature=player_embedded[/video] GLSL SHADERS Click [video]http://www.minecraftforum.net/topic/120261-110-glsl-shaders-dof-bump-mapping-waving-wheat-dynamic-shadows-and-more/[/video] This isn't better then sonic's but it is good. (opinion) it is very fast. Has alot of motion blur. lets just say that! I would recommend this for slow, yet good Computers.[/QUOTE] You're aware that Sonic Ether's mod is just a modified GLSL shaders right? [editline]24th February 2012[/editline] [QUOTE=The-Gman;34812673] [B][U]READ IMPORTANT![/U][/B] I WOULD NOT RECOMMEND USING ALL IT MAY CAUSE TO RUN OUT OF MEMORY! OR BLACK SCREENS![/QUOTE] That is one of the most fucking stupid things I've ever read [editline]gay dicks[/editline] Actually, that probably applies to your entire post.
i tried installing the glsl shaders mod and all that i noticed was the grass moved, but no shadows or anything... why is that anyone?
[QUOTE=TheTalon;34841173]I use a 128x texture pack. Then again it's not made to look realistic or grainy. The wood plank texture is a few brownish tan straight lines with no texture to them. It all looks really smooth and clean [IMG]http://i2.photobucket.com/albums/y37/SaborWolf/mc173backhome.jpg[/IMG] [IMG]http://i2.photobucket.com/albums/y37/SaborWolf/FEK5.jpg[/IMG][/QUOTE] that is the shittiest looking wood i have ever laid eyes on what's the point of having 128x textures with wood that would look horrid in an 8x texture pack
[QUOTE=NoNameForEvil;34847366]that is the shittiest looking wood i have ever laid eyes on what's the point of having 128x textures with wood that would look horrid in an 8x texture pack[/QUOTE] some people like simple packs yo but i would say that the cobble and lapis(???) block doesnt go with the rest of the pack
[QUOTE=NoNameForEvil;34847366]that is the shittiest looking wood i have ever laid eyes on what's the point of having 128x textures with wood that would look horrid in an 8x texture pack[/QUOTE] Painterly is still way worse than that wood. Oh god I hate the Painterly Pack so much.
In my personal opinion, Minecraft looks sort of strange and bizarre with upgraded graphics and such -- it also seems to lose a lot of it's 'charm', too.
PureBDCraft 256x256 with 8x antialiasing and 8x supersample looks pretty nice in my opinion. But that's because of the style. Any more than that and it kind of takes away from the game. I get about 100fps on average otherwise I wouldn't bother.
[QUOTE=NoNameForEvil;34847366]that is the shittiest looking wood i have ever laid eyes on what's the point of having 128x textures with wood that would look horrid in an 8x texture pack[/QUOTE] It's a great wood plank texture. It's smooth and absolutely does not get grainy or have 'noise' where it seems to flicker at a distance. And it's really nice on Modernistic looking builds. Of course it looks a bit discolored because of Jpg compression in that shot
[QUOTE=TheTalon;34856025]It's a great wood plank texture. It's smooth and absolutely does not get grainy or have 'noise' where it seems to flicker at a distance. And it's really nice on Modernistic looking builds. Of course it looks a bit discolored because of Jpg compression in that shot[/QUOTE] it's smooth because it's 6 straight lines of pixels that don't fit with a "detailed" texture pack, it doesn't get grainy because it's straight lines, and the texture has nothing to do with "flickering at a distance", that's mipmapping, if i understand what you mean by flickering and honestly i don't see why or how he would go for a "basic" look with an 128x resolution; here's the same wood in 128x [IMG]http://i.imgur.com/Y99Ey.png[/IMG] now here it is in 16x [IMG]http://i.imgur.com/0lAM9.png[/IMG] it is exactly the same, there is literally no difference he should have actually gone for something that went with the rest of the pack
[QUOTE=Zoran;34848950]Painterly is still way worse than that wood. Oh god I hate the Painterly Pack so much.[/QUOTE] I love painterly. I use it all the time because I think it's neat and I have yet to find a pack that I think looks better than it.
[QUOTE=NoNameForEvil;34864546]it's smooth because it's 6 straight lines of pixels that don't fit with a "detailed" texture pack, it doesn't get grainy because it's straight lines, and the texture has nothing to do with "flickering at a distance", that's mipmapping, if i understand what you mean by flickering and honestly i don't see why or how he would go for a "basic" look with an 128x resolution; here's the same wood in 128x [IMG]http://i.imgur.com/Y99Ey.png[/IMG] now here it is in 16x [IMG]http://i.imgur.com/0lAM9.png[/IMG] it is exactly the same, there is literally no difference he should have actually gone for something that went with the rest of the pack[/QUOTE] 128x would work for diagonals and the like as it makes them look smooth
I get like 5 comments per day asking how I got CinemaCraft 3 to look how it did. And people think it was just a single shader mod and they want me to "release it" I don't even know how to fucking code. I have respect for those that understand all them shader files.
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