Osc Shaders V1.2

These Shaders add a different map tone to your Minecraft making it look much better plus a sky with a different color tone during the day and night plus a rotated sun and moon and movement in the leaves and plants

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  • The movement of leaves and plants is no longer delayed
  • there was a change in the color of the water
  • added a new effect during rain
  • the color of the sky at night is different now
  • The night is clearer
  • The water now looks blue in the caves
  • improved lighting
  • The nether is clearer
  • The shadows are a little lighter

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Supported Minecraft versions

1.16 1.16 (beta)

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29 Responses

4.33 / 5 (12 votes)
  1. nukiwastaken says:

    i wont work for me 🙁 but it looks really good

  2. Alsina says:

    Cool shader. BTW is it possible to make waving lanterns, just asking, you don’t have to put it in this pack.

  3. Dragonheart2497 says:

    A bit bright, but by far the best shader I’ve used! It runs smoothly even on my slow iOS device. Definitely lights up any builds I want to photograph and share!

  4. SaplingDropInTheForest says:

    And also, the torch is too bright but idc too much about that , but keep it up and make the shader becomes better my dude 😉

  5. SaplingDropInTheForest says:

    Good Shader, Suggestion: Make the world color looks brighter and more colorful because it looks kinda “burning”

  6. olesik says:

    KK3310 tutorials???)))
    Im gonna post ,my shader to

  7. ZackuALV says:

    Does it works on PC??

  8. Ms Fishy says:

    Looks simple but good 4/5

  9. SteveGlitter says:

    Everything is really dark. Especially in the nether

  10. Edgyy says:

    This shader looks really good, nice job! 👍

  11. Steeeeve says:

    And how about you stop complaining about ESBE and go check out Enchanted HSPE V2.5 instead MGHNNRHSN? Enchanted HSPE V2.5 has glowing ores, metallic reflections, sun beams, rain puddles, galaxy end sky, ground fog, better lighting and better reflections.

  12. Steeeeve says:

    You know what Black, you’re right about RTX, thanks for reminding me about that.

  13. PokadPhone says:

    can u make water more like have vision,thx

  14. A35K says:

    Yeah, because every Windows 10 pc has a 1000$ RTX card

  15. Steeeeve says:

    *sigh* Hopefully this gets Windows 10 Support, but these are still great shaders without a doubt.

    • Y’all are just begging for these Shaders to have Windows 10 support when Ray Tracing is already better than the other Shaders out there. Like, seriously though.. Y’all Windows 10 Edition users are lucky to have Ray Tracing on your RTX powered computers.

      • DeadGroove says:

        because everyone with a wank laptop can just go and buy and high-end gaming pc with a rtx card. sure we can

      • Quadgaming says:

        hey whyt don’t u shut tf up, I play mcpe, but even I know that not everyone is rich enough to buy an RTX card. its not cheap.

      • Errorwave says:

        I want you to understand something. I have a RTX 2070 Super. It does run ray-traced minecraft, however, if you care about your card you won’t want to run it at 75 to 80 c for 3 hours. RTX minecraft runs hot.

      • GameDiagram says:

        You are actually an idiot. First off, not every computer has an RTX graphics card. They are still expensive at $300 for an entry level RTX card (as of writing this). Not only that, but a $300 RTX 2060 is still pretty bad at Ray-Tracing, which brings me to my second point: Even on a high end RTX GPU, you aren’t gonna get ultra-high framerates, like User “Errorwave” mentioned. So traditional shaders like these are just better performance wise. So next time you respond to a person that complimented your shader and asked for windows 10 support, don’t start

      • GameDiagram says:

        (I DIDN’T FINSIH MY WRITING) You are actually an idiot. First off, not every computer has an RTX graphics card. They are still expensive at $300 for an entry level RTX card (as of writing this). Not only that, but a $300 RTX 2060 is still pretty bad at Ray-Tracing, which brings me to my second point: Even on a high end RTX GPU, you aren’t gonna get ultra-high framerates, like User “Errorwave” mentioned. So traditional shaders like these are just better performance wise. So next time you respond to a person that complimented your shader and asked for windows 10 support, don’t start calling them a beggar and begin complaining.

      • fuchink says:

        are you retarded?

  16. Epan209 says:

    maybe the lighting at night can be a little brighter, but for others it is good, sory for bad english

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