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FPS Essentials Lite | v1.0

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Firebolt360's Avatar Firebolt360
Level 48 : Master Engineer

FPS Essentials Lite
is a simplistic resource pack that is meant to stay as close to the feel of vanilla Minecraft as possible, but it will also provide the benefit of lag reduction in the overworld and nether. I will be developing a more comprehensive pack in the future called FPS Essentials.

FPS Essentials will be a pack that uses a more comprehensive set of lag reduction methods, but the methods will be a little more noticeable during gameplay. FPS Essentials Lite is meant to be as discreet as possible.

- Shorter Grass
- Shorter Tall Grass
- Shorter Ferns
- Shorter Large Ferns
- Shorter Crimson Roots
- Shorter Warped Roots

While this pack deals with just fewer pixels in plants currently, it will be expanded when I come up with more ideas to reduce lag while maintaining the vanilla feel. Consider leaving a suggestion in the comments below!
Progress100% complete
Game VersionMinecraft 1.18.1

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10/06/2020 12:36 pm
Level 1 : New Miner
Abstractive's Avatar
try removing ambient nether particles
09/04/2020 8:08 pm
Level 44 : Master Artist
Cart3r's Avatar
Resource packs actually can't increase FPS at all. I like the look of the shorter plants, but the purpose they serve to 'increase fps' can't be fulfilled with resource packs.
11/10/2020 5:48 am
Level 1 : New Network
Kacktide's Avatar
Resource packs can increase fps and reduce lag. The comment you posted is not true. for low end pcs' The graphics and texture res do improve Fps I tried it in my laptop and it was very nice.
09/15/2020 11:50 pm
Level 48 : Master Engineer
Firebolt360's Avatar
Less pixels having to be rendered can be beneficial to the client. It's not a huge change, but it is better than default.
09/16/2020 8:55 am
Level 44 : Master Artist
Cart3r's Avatar
The number of pixels really has no effect on performance for most devices though. For the average device one would run minecraft on, you can get roughly the same performance up to 128x, and then it starts to degrade on a steeper slope the higher resolution you go. Also, even if you make a texture completely invisible, the game still has to render that there is in fact a texture there, which is why making all blocks that support transparency completely invisible has no effect on performance, as the textures are still there, they just don't contain any content the player can see. Ewan even made a pack where he removed all the models, so that nothing in the world rendered at all, and he said that even that had no effect on fps lol.

Also, since the game renders images per texture, and not per pixel, the number of transparent pixels doesn't really effect the load time for textures. A 16x16 transparent texture will still load as fast as a 16x16 solid texture, as will a 1024x transparent texture will still load as fast as a 1024x solid texture, and up until you start getting into the 256x range, the differences in load times are practically unnoticeable.
09/07/2020 7:13 am
Level 1 : New Miner
TheSignMaker's Avatar
Well i mean yes and no.

The texture pack itself doesn't increase FPS

But because the resolution of the texture is lower, minecraft isnt having to load as many textures which can allocate more resources into other core things. This ultimately is what increases your fps. But i can see where people get confused with that.
04/02/2021 11:30 am
Level 65 : High Grandmaster Pixel Painter
JadenXgamer's Avatar
even if the said texture is a lower resolution the pack still wouldn't increase a lot of FPS, it might be slightly noticeable for low end pcs but besides that there is really not a lot of FPS difference. resource packs simply don't increase FPS and is just a clickbait term started from many trash PVP pack creators that most people think to be true.
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