Waving Plants Shaders Mod for MC [1.10.2/1.9.4/1.8.9]
Waving Plants Shaders Mod Review:
The Waving Plants Shaders Mod for Minecraft is an interesting shader that all players will easily see what effects it is adding to the Minecraft, which is the fact that it makes plants look more realistic. With a few innovative features, the latest Waving Plants Shaders Mod 1.10.2 will give all the vegetation in Minecraft a more lifelike appearance by making them wavier.
Every Minecraft player knows that there is no wind inside the game. However, thanks to the Waving Plants Shaders Mod for Minecraft, you will know have a more immersive experience due to the moving greenery around you. Expect to see movement from leaves, grass, and various other bushes. This movement of the vegetation will vary depending on the prevailing weather conditions, ranging from smooth to violent waves. In addition, the movement also varies based on whether it is day or night. One of the best ways of enjoying the effects of Waving Plants Shaders Mod is when it rains since the leaves are going to move more vigorously, creating an incredible view.
The Waving Plants Shaders Mod enhances the quality of the game significantly. Nevertheless, there is a drawback of having better graphics, which is that you need fast computer that support these kinds of demanding features. Once you install this Waving Plants Shaders Mod for Minecraft, you may notice a considerable drop of the frames per second or FPS. However, there is a solution that you can use to improve the FPS and still enjoy the beautiful and realistic waves. Some of the fast fixes include reducing the render distance and turning off smooth lighting as well as various other features that make the game lag.
Despite the fact that it can cause lag sometimes if the user has not fully optimized their game, Waving Plants Shaders Mod for Minecraft does not have any disadvantages that one can easily point out. It is one of the best shaders that you can incorporate in Minecraft without fear that it will corrupt your game. In fact, it plays a huge role in eradicating the rigidness that once used to characterize Minecraft gameplay due to unmovable and static scenery.
Remember that just like other shader mods, this particular Waving Plants Shaders Mod for Minecraft is a bit heavier in terms of consuming the resources of your machine. It will, therefore, require that you to upgrade your graphics to enjoy its breathtaking views. Nevertheless, once you have properly installed it, your gameplay will be totally transformed, and you will have a more attractive screen to look at.
How to install Waving Plants Shaders:
1. Download GLSL Shaders Mod and OptiFine HD
2. Download Waving Plants Shaders Mod
3. Download and install Minecraft Forge
4. Navigate to your minecraft.jar.
5. Delete META-INF.
6. Drag and drop the contents of the Forge folder into the jar and delete META-INF if your using Forge.
7. Drag and drop the contents of the GLSL Shaders folder into the jar.
8. Drag and drop the contents of the OptiFine folder into the jar.
9. Open Minecraft and go to “Options”.
10. Click on Shaders and select “Open shaderpacks folder”.
11. Drag the Waving Plants Shaders into the folder.
12. Select Waving Plants and select “Done”.
1. Unzip the Waving Plants folder.
2. Find gbuffers_terrain.vsh and open it with a word editor.
3. You can enable things by removing // infront of things e.g
4. You can disable things by adding // infront of things e.g
How to use with other Shaderpacks:
1. Unzip the Waving Plants.
2. Unzip the shaders that you are using
3. Replace the gbuffers_terrain.vsh in your shaders with the one from Waving Plants.
4. Add // infront of #define WAVING_WATER inside gbuffers_terrain.vsh if water is buggy.
If you are experiencing low FPS set your render distance, smooth lighting off and Chunk Loading to Multi-Core. You can also edit gbuffers_terrain.vsh to turn on and off certain things from waving by adding or removing // if your game is experiencing low FPS.
No Waving Wheat:
If you don’t see waving wheat with your texture pack:
1. Create a folder called ctm inside the texture pack that you are using.
2. Create a folder called default inside the ctm folder.
3. Download this and place it inside the default folder.