It will most likely be at the very top. You have completed the most difficult part of downloading and installing the XRay mod. This effectively installs the mod in Minecraft, but you are not done yet.
There is still one more thing you need to do before you can start enjoying the XRay mod. This will open up all of the Minecraft versions you currently have downloaded on your computer. Next, click play, and you are done! The XRay mod is now officially installed in Minecraft! You miss your pig spawner You have a Minecraft-themed tattoo All your friends play Minecraft Your dog plays Minecraft.
The biggest open pit mine in the world was built by you, in Minecraft. Your Minecraft worlds have been developed into huge, sprawling cities and no one else is playing on them. You dream of having a job digging ditches. You support authors of articles about Minecraft like the author of this article by visiting their sponsors through links like those near the top of this article. You can scare your friends by sneaking up behind them and hissing like a creeper about to explode.
You wish every day was update day. You revere Notch as if he were a god. You believe all foods are best when cubed. You have multiple Minecraft accounts and play on them simultaneously. You inspire people by telling them that the world is their Minecraft— they can build anything! We happen to strongly dislike the way potion particles swirl around your field of view so obtrusively, so we often decrease the particle count or turn the potion particles off altogether.
Video Settings: Quality The Quality sub-menu is concerned with the quality of the graphics rendering. The settings here deal primarily with custom textures, colors, and biomes. Mimap Levels Higher levels offer higher texture smoothing; decreasing Mipmap level can increase performance but at the cost of uglier textures; typically not worth the tradeoff as the performance increase is very small.
Again, mostly cosmetic. AnisotropicFiltering Works with the Mipmap system and restores detailing especially on surfaces viewed at a distance or at an angle ; turning off the AF can increase performance. Some texture packs include custom sky textures that can be resource intensive. When set Off, water is nearly opaque. When turned on, water is more translucent and you can see deeper into it. Turning Clear Water offers a marginal performance boost.
Only applicable to texture packs with multiple mob textures for each in-game mob. Better Grass Set this Off to use simple texture rendering to Fast for full textures, and Fancy for dynamic textures.
Set it Off for maximum performance boost. Turning this setting on decreases performance but renders snowfall more realistically. Toggles custom resource-pack supplied fonts. Largely cosmetic, we advise against turning it off simply because so many resource packs have such great and thematic font packs included.
Same as the fonts; toggles the custom resource-pack supplied color schemes. Toggling this off requires the game to load fewer textures. Swamp textures will be the same as other biomes and grass and vine colors will not be unique to the Swamp biome.
Very marginal performance gain. Toggles the biome smoothing. With it on the game does more intense sampling and blends the colors between the edges of biomes; with it off the line between biomes is blocky.
Moderate performance gain by toggling it off. Toggles the rendering of connected textures such as bookcases and whether or not multiple units of the same texture will appear as one larger unit or multiple discrete units. Minimal performance gain by toggling off; game looks much better if left on. Toggling on does slightly decrease performance but really improves the look of large spans of identical blocks. Whether or not this helps you is highly depending on your GPU and drivers.
Only affects play on a local world. It smooths the way the internal server loads the world by distributing tasks more efficiently. When on the game will load all the chunks up to the distance you set with the Render Distance option.
Defines how far you need to travel before new chunks are loaded. The performance issues here are a bit of a catch situation. This significantly increases the load strain at any given load interval but, for computers with a lot of memory and GPU power, it means more of the game is loaded and play within the large loaded set of chunks is smoother. The default is 1. The lower the number the slower the world will load because there will be fewer chunk updates but the more stable the FPS will be in the region of the world you currently occupy.
Offloads some of the rendering functions to the CPU. While results here are highly hardware dependent, if you have a weaker GPU definitely experiment with turning this setting on to lean on the power of your CPU.
Uses CPU to increase render times.
It smooths the way the internal server loads the world by distributing tasks more efficiently. You revere Notch as if he were a god. Very marginal performance gain. Fancy grass uses, if available, biome specific textures.
When turned on, water is more translucent and you can see deeper into it. Same as the fonts; toggles the custom resource-pack supplied color schemes. Turning this setting on decreases performance but renders snowfall more realistically. Only works on local worlds. Only affects play on a local world. Set it Off for maximum performance boost.
The settings here deal primarily with custom textures, colors, and biomes. Removing capes offers a marginal performance gain. Uses CPU to increase render times. Also, please remember.
The settings here deal primarily with custom textures, colors, and biomes. If you want an awesome Minecraft server, check out GameServers.
The default is 1. Moderate performance gain by toggling it off. The game default is to save your world every 2 seconds. Sky Turning the sky off decreases GPU load.
Turning this setting on decreases performance but renders snowfall more realistically. You have multiple Minecraft accounts and play on them simultaneously. Only affects play on a local world. This will, in turn, give you an idea of which of the above settings you need to tweak.
You always carry a backpack of tools with you everywhere you go. Set it Off for maximum performance boost. View Bobbing When on, the players head bobs slightly while walking; when off, the view is stable. Change is purely cosmetic.
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