Just wanted to briefly thank this website for existing in the first place.
You can find my work on my website: matteorizzo.com.
See you there.
I solved the bash script problem. I also solved the specular maps problem. Realistico 08 is now available.
It brings Minecraft 1.13 compatibility and some PBR specular maps.
Happy new year everybody : )
Quick update about the 1.13 compatibility: it'll take some extra time to rename all the blocks, so in the meantime, here's why:
To make the pack compatible with 1.13, I'll need a script to rename the current files to match the new names.
There are some tools out there, but they don't work with texture packs that have extra files in them (the normal and specular maps, in my case).
That means I need a more specific script. A bash script.
I'm trying to write one myself, but if someone already knows (or knows someone who knows) how to write one, please send me an email.
I just wanted to remind you that I wrote a tutorial and attached the correct settings. You can find it here: matteorizzo.com/realistico/tutorial
Read it carefully, thanks! : )
If you want to use another shader pack, that's up to you. Just keep in mind that I can't gurantee the results you see in the screenshots: every shader pack will renders the mapping differently.
Also, some news: I can release a quick update in some days to make the pack compatible up to 1.13.2.
But there's a problem: the current specular maps (the ones that make things shine) don't look very good in Continuum 2.0.2, so I'm also thinking about removing them temporarily (and keeping just the surface details).
Let me know if that would be a problem.
If that's okay, I'll upload the pack by the end of the month. It'll work up to 1.13.2 and will require Continuum 2.0.2.
From the tutorial: Now, to enable the mapping of Realistico 07, you need the latest version of Continuum: you can find it here.
You can find the tutorial at https://matteorizzo.com/help
Make sure to follow the tutorial: https://matteorizzo.com/help
Minecraft + Continuum shaders + 512x textures = high specs = 1000$ or more spent on the machine you need to run the pack.
That said, it's up to you to decide if it's worth buying it or not.
If you don't feel like it's worth the money, you can try making it yourself, just as an experiment: you might find something interesting.
I will release the update at some point, but first I want to take care of some back-end stuff. Sorry for the wait, but it'll (hopefully) be worth it.
For now I have an i7 6700K clocked at 4.4, 32GB DDR4 2400, and a 1080. Water cooled. I'll soon switch to a different setup though.
Anyway, a 970 is no joke for now, you should get great performances! What's your display resolution? Also check your settings.
I'm trying to fix the Help section with some tips for performance optimization, btw.
I don't think buying the Full version is worth it, basically you earn alot on the Lite Version compare to the Full Version. You know some of us can't buy your work because some of us poor, can't afford it because parents won't waste money on things that are not important, or we can't buy it because maybe we might get hacked. So i won't be using this anytime soon at all then since i can't buy it and my parents won't allow me to borrow their cradit card for this
Hi, I bought the texture pack and it doens't work like it should is there another shader other than continuum I can use? By "how it should" it's not as bumby how it should be, it looks like the demo but I know I bought it and I put the one where it says "full" instead of "demo" but it doesn't look like it should
(Io no so il italian cosi tanto :/, ma parlo in Inglese)
I'm a YouTuber with 40+ subscribers, and I'm looking to grow my channel, and while doing that, I would like to review your product. Sadly I do not have 2 Euros, and here in South Africa, Rand to Euro is very expensive. I have saved up enough money to get around 1$ (93C) and I would like to use that money, to donate to you, and hopeful, allow me to review your pack. I will credit your channel in the description and video. I would gladly appreciate if you could take the time and think of this decision,