After some wrestling with my “media production hardware”, I have uploaded our new demo video to YouTube! Wrangling the parrots was the easy part, good gravy. I will be doing more like this, and migrating the videos from my pixelkickers account to hastypixels, so life makes a little more sense. Too much, too soon.
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Minecraft’s current resource pack management system is a little clunky, especially for those less familiar with the inner workings of file structures in Operating Systems. Do you know where the .minecraft folder is? In my opinion you shouldn’t have to. It’s understood that the Mod API is in development, and hopefully the implementation of mods will improve as well, http://healthsavy.com/product/viagra/ most of all the interface used to add them.
Usability has always been important to me, so to help out you Minecraft players out there, I’ve put together a foolproof tutorial to explain the process of installing resource packs, step by step. It’s up on YouTube. Share the link as you please, but credit properly.