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Author Topic: MCedit information (How to open .schematic files What is Mcedit etc. etc. etc..)  (Read 85296 times)

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Offline City Builder

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  • R.I.P Weston - Nov 25, 2005 - July 15, 2010
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Hi,


I've seen the question come up a few times now that people are asking what do they open .schematic files with.  So here's the sticky with the information:


MCedit Homepage:
http://www.minecraftforum.net/viewtopic.php?f=25&t=15522


MCEdit is a versatile map utility, designed for moving blocks from one level to another.


  • With it, you can open a level of nearly any type and fly around in glorious 3D with multiple levels of detail!
  • Select millions of blocks and clone them anywhere else in the level.
  • Fill a boxy selection with the block of your choice, or replace one kind of block with another.
  • Export blocks to a "schematic" file for later use.
  • Import a schematic or an entire level into any world using the crane.
  • Move the player or his spawn point.
  • Create and and remove chunks from the world.
  • Fill blackened areas with light. Find bugs!
« Last Edit: February 05, 2011, 04:16:20 PM by City Builder »
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How do you Fill blackened areas with light ?
I just jizzed in ur pants

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How do you Fill blackened areas with light ?

Select the area you want to light (does not need to include height)
Then select the Chunk tool (last one in the toolbar)
Select Relight option

EDIT:  Also when you save the world (CTRL-S) it automatically relights everything.
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I downloaded a big map, i cant open it on MCEdit, what can i do?

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It probably is too big! or maybe it isn't a .schematic, so make sure and add a .schematic to the end of the file name before you open it!
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Where do I put my .Schematic files? I put them into my schematics folder but they don't show up when I try to import. Please help!

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Where do I put my .Schematic files? I put them into my schematics folder but they don't show up when I try to import. Please help!

 You can put them in any folder, if you cannot find your schematic files, search your documents for MCEdit.

 

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