I want default minecraft textures

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I want default minecraft textures

by Lewo » Fri Oct 19, 2018 13:44

Can someone pls convert default minecraft textures to mintest pls (i'm windows user)
 

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Re: I want default minecraft textures

by TumeniNodes » Fri Oct 19, 2018 16:15

Lewo wrote:Can someone pls convert default minecraft textures to mintest pls (i'm windows user)


Legally... no

However, you can have a look at this https://forum.minetest.net/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=14283
And then where you go from there is up to you but just know, and understand... if you do this, it can only be for your own personal use, and you cannot share nor distribute it in any way.

MC textures are completely protected by their license.
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Re: I want default minecraft textures

by Lewo » Fri Oct 19, 2018 17:23

This soft is for mac os an' linux, but i'm windows user, i can't use that
 

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Re: I want default minecraft textures

by TumeniNodes » Fri Oct 19, 2018 18:25

Apologies, I did forget about that..

Unfortunately, it would be illegal for anyone to do this for you.
If you have the ability, you would have to do it for yourself, and only for your own personal use, and never shared publicly or even privately (like with a friend).

These are the terms of MC itself, and the way those textures are licensed.
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Re: I want default minecraft textures

by DrFrankenstone » Sat Oct 20, 2018 06:40

Lewo wrote:This soft is for mac os an' linux, but i'm windows user, i can't use that


If you have an up to date version of Windows 10 it has a subsystem for Linux in it and you can run any Linux stuff natively.

Ideally there'd also be a Windows app to convert Minecraft textures, but I've just exported the Minecraft textures into Minetest on my Windows box to confirmed this works - though it involves jumping through more hoops than you may care to...

Install the Ubuntu terminal then open a bash prompt. (once it's installed, typing ubuntu in the search-bar brings up "Bash on Ubuntu on Windows" for me)

(1) In the bash terminal, run:
sudo apt update
to update the linux package manager.

(2) Run:
sudo apt install imagemagick
because mcresconvert.sh will require ImageMagick installed to run.

(3) Download mcresconvert.sh into your home directory and allow it to be executed:
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cd ~
wget https://github.com/minetest-tools/mcresconvert/raw/master/mcresconvert.sh
chmod +x mcresconvert.sh

(4) Now we can run mcresconvert. However Minecraft on Windows isn't installed where a linux version would be in the linux subsystem, so we have to specify the Minecraft path. I've used Minecraft version 1.11 here, but you'll have to pick a version you have installed, and update that and the <username> part of the path so it matches the path of your Minecraft directory.
./mcresconvert.sh /mnt/c/Users/<username>/AppData/Roaming/.minecraft/versions/1.11/1.11.jar

(If you don't know where Minecraft is installed, or which versions you have type %appdata%\.minecraft\versions into the Windows explorer location bar)

when I ran mcresconvert, it outputted this:
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./mcresconvert.sh: line 25: type: zenity: not found
WARNING: Zenity not found, attempting to continue without gui support
Found: 111jar
   - File: 1.11.jar
+items/boat.png boats_inventory.png : Not Found
   - Conversion quality: 450 / 451
   - Pixel size: 16px


and it wrote the Minetest texture pack to .minetest/textures/, which then needs to be copied to where Minetest is installed in Windows.

The location of the linux subsystem files is hidden to prevent Windows apps from messing up the file attributes, so copying the textures to windows from Linux is probably easiest, change the last part (in red) to match your Minetest textures location in windows.
cp -r ~/.minetest/textures/* /mnt/d/Games/minetest-5\ latest/textures

If you have difficulty converting your Windows Minetest location into a linux path, you could try the wslpath command in linux, e.g.
wslpath -a 'D:\Games\Minetest-5 latest\textures'
gives
/mnt/d/Games/Minetest-5 latest/textures

but you'll still have to remember to put a \ in front of any spaces in a path, e.g.
cp -r ~/.minetest/textures/* /mnt/d/Games/minetest-5\ latest/textures
not
cp -r ~/.minetest/textures/* /mnt/d/Games/minetest-5 latest/textures

(I've probably made the process look scarier than it is)
 


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