DEFAULT RESOURCE PACK [1.7.10/14w32a]
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The Default Resource Pack (1.7.10/14w32a) may be downloaded
Here. (Direct Download)
Instructions on how to extract the default Minecraft resources used to provide textures, font, languages, block states, shaders, and models within that game that are not embedded in code can be found below.
You will need to find where your Minecraft files are located in your computer.
For PC Users - Find it in your AppData folder
For Mac Users - Find it in your Application Support folder
For Linux Users - Find it in your Home folder
Locate the "versions" folder.
Locate the version of Minecraft you are going to extract files from.
If the version you are looking for is not in the 'versions' folder, open the Minecraft launcher and start a game within the version you need. This will download that version's files.
Copy and Paste the 1.#.#.jar file within the selected version.
Add ".zip" to the very end of the 1.#.#.jar copy.
This will create a zip file.
Unzip (extract) the 1.#.#.zip file.
Doing so will create a new folder with the extracted data.
Open the new data folder.
Find the "assets" folder.
The pack.png picture is the icon for the resource pack.
Create a new folder to place your data in.
Place the "assets" folder in your new resource pack folder.
A picture named "pack.png" with be the icon for your resource pack.
As of 1.7, the sounds folder is encoded within the game files.
As of Minecraft 1.7.3, the sound files are located in the 'objects' file under 'assets' in the main .minecraft folder not the versions folder.
Extracting sounds is recommended for advanced users and may require external editors. A brief tutorial over these can be found HERE.
You will need a text file named "pack.mcmeta". This gives your Resource Pack a description and alternate langauges (optional).
Open a text document like NotePad, TextEdit, or nvi.
Set the document to plain text and insert this code:
Full 1.7.10/14w32a pack.mcmeta code can be found in raw format at these sites.
Type this into the plain text file, using the Tab key to space out the code:
"description":"My Resource Pack"
Rename the plain text file "pack.mcmeta" and place it in your resource pack folder. Make sure the second and fourth lines are TABed out one space, and the third line out two.
If you have any questions or suggestions please leave them in the comments below. I will reply as soon as possible.
I have created this tutorial out of my own need to examine the contents of the Default Resource Pack and I will work to the best of my ability to provide the tools to benefit your
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Remember to comment any problems or questions while using the resource pack.
Download Update : 05/20/2014 2:59:27 pm5/20/14
(Due to size and copyright, it cannot be uploaded to Planet Minecraft)
ENJOY! It shall be updated regularly.
Original Tutorial shall remain for those who wish to extract it manually.
Update #1 (Sounds?) : 02/03/2014 11:48:55 pm2/03/14
HOWEVER, this is not an issue if you are looking to replace already existing sound files for your Resource Pack.
If you would like to see the sounds within the .minecraft sound folder use a 1.6 or earlier version of a minecraft.jar.
Go into your new Pack folder and inside the minecraft resource folder add a new folders named:
"sounds" (for in-game sounds)
"music" (for in-game music)
"records" (for record discs)
to place your own media in. (PACK/assets/minecraft/sounds)
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