Render Player API [1.10.2/1.9.4/1.8/1.7.10] – Special API

Updated: October 18, 2016 | Author: Divisor | 6,479 views

The world is completely open and whatever you can imagine – you can build. With the characteristic “Lego” graphic design, the game is stunning in its simplicity, and it’s amazing how quickly it managed to get people to fall in love with it.

Render-Player-API

However, Minecraft can also get a bit overwhelming at times, especially if you aren’t using any mods. With this in mind, we have prepared a special API for you to take a look at. Mods in Minecraft are used to enhance various things in the game in order to make the entire experience much more enjoyable. Of course, they shouldn’t be used to gain unfair advantage over other players but rather to enhance the experience that you are having. Let’s take a look at an API which is particularly beneficial. When using the Render Player API, you will want to avoid using other modloader tools like MCPatcher, Forge, etc.

Right off the bat, you have to understand that API stands for Application Programming Interface and as such it’s not going to have a direct visual impact on your gaming. However, it’s going to provide third party installed mods access to the player render classifications. Of course, this access is managed by you and you can setup it the way you like it.

Render Player – Things to Consider

Upon using the Render Player API, it is highly advisable for you to avoid using any other types of tools which load mods such as Forge, MCPatcher and others of the kind. The Render Player API 1.8/1.10.2 is known to have compatibility issues with tools of the kind, and you must pick and choose all of your mods carefully unless you want your game to start crashing every single time you load it. It is also possible to separate the mods and loading tools in different sets in their separate folders and load them individually when you want to mix things up.

The API will provide you with access to the RenderPlayer class and to the ModelBiped class which are respectively known as ”bop” and “bhm”. In any case, the interface is definitely going to enhance your gaming experience, and it’s going to help you enjoy the game quite a bit more. Keep in mind that you need to follow proper instructions upon installation if you want everything to be handled perfectly.

How to install?

  • Copy all class files inside this ZIP file to their corresponding locations in your “minecraft.jar”.
  • In any case, NEVER forget: ALWAYS back up your stuff!

Incompatibilities

Download Here:

For Minecraft 1.5.2

Render-Player-API-1.5.2.zip

For Minecraft 1.6.2

Vanilla: Render-Player-API-Vanilla-1.6.2.zip

Forge: Render-Player-API-Forge-1.6.2.zip

For Minecraft 1.6.4

Vanilla: Render-Player-API-Vanilla-1.6.4.zip

Forge: Render-Player-API-Forge-1.6.4.zip

Core: Render-Player-API-Core-1.6.4.zip

For Minecraft 1.7.2

Core: Render-Player-API-Core-1.7.2.zip

For Minecraft 1.7.10

Core: Render-Player-API-Core-1.7.10.zip

Enhancer: Download from link 1 Download from link  2

For Minecraft 1.8

Core: Render-Player-API-Core-1.8.zip

Enhancer: Download from link 1Download from link  2

For Minecraft 1.8.9

Core: Download from link 1Download from link  2

Enhancer: Download from link 1Download from link  2

For Minecraft 1.9.4

Core: Download from link 1 Download from link  2

Enhancer: Download from link 1Download from link  2

For Minecraft 1.10.2

Core: Download from link 1Download from link  2

Enhancer: Download from link 1Download from link  2

Author: Divisor





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