DEFAULT RESOURCE PACK [ 1.7.5 ]
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Posted 07/02/13 12:12:31 am , last updated: 02/14/14 2:45:46 pm
But that's okay, because extracting the default resource pack directly from the game file is quick and easy!
First, 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
Find the "versions" folder.
Find the latest* version of Minecraft.
[UPDATE] As of 1.7+ the default sound and music files are no longer located in the version folders.
See Update Log for details.
*You do not need the latest version in order for the resource pack to work. But it will likely contain updated textures.
Copy and Paste the 1.#.#.jar file within your selected version.
Add ".zip" to the end of one of the 1.#.#.jar copies.
This will create a zip file.
Open the 1.#.#.zip file.
Doing so will create a new folder with the extracted data.
Open the new data folder.
Find the "assets" folder.
This pack.png picture is optional.
Create a new folder to place your data in.
Place the "assets" folder in your new resource pack folder.
Create an icon for your resource pack and name it "pack.png"
In order for your resource pack to work you will need one other file with a small amount of code (very easy).
Open a text document like NotePad, TextEdit, or nvi.
Set the document to plain text.
Copy and Paste this code into the text file:
"description": "YOUR DESCRIPTION HERE"
Rename the plain text file "pack.mcmeta" and place it in your resource pack folder.
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. : 02/14/2014 2:45:46 pm2/14/14
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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