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Aktuelle unterstützte Minecraft-Version: 1.5.1

Es wird wahrscheinlich auch mit neueren/älteren Minecraft-Versionen funktionieren.

18.04.2013: Update zu 1.5.1. 30 Blocks und 23 Items hinzugefügt!
26.08.2012: Update zu 1.3.2. Weitere Baumtypen, Sandstonetypen, 10 Blocks und 3 Items hinzugefügt.
11.03.2012: Update zu 1.2.3. 2 Items und 2 Blocks hinzugefügt. Ausserdem einen Workaround für den "ShortTag cannot be cast to IntTag"-Fehler gebaut (war kein Fehler von S2B sondern vom exportierenden Programm)
22.01.2011: Update auf final 1.1.0. 20 Items und 13 Blocks hinzugefügt. Druckfunktionalität hinzugefügt, Marker hinzugefügt, RAM-Verbrauch gefixt.
07.11.2011: Update auf Beta 1.8.1 und div. Bugfixes. 10 Items und 22 Blocks hinzugefügt.
08.07.2011: Verbesserte Fehlermeldung bei Parse-Fehler
28.06.2011: Einen Builders-Mod-compatiblen Text-Export hinzugefügt

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Beschreibung

Support für Texture packs
Screenshots
Kurze Startanleitung
Download

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Beschreibung

Schematic2Blueprint ist ein Programm, das die Schematic-Exportdateien von MineCraft in Scheibchen schneidet. Manche Leute wie ich selber sind nicht kreativ genug, wirklich tolles in MineCraft zu bauen, aber dennoch mögen wir es, etwas zu bauen. Mit diesem Programm kann man das tolle Zeug, das andere gebaut haben (und als Schematic-Datei herausgegeben haben) in Blaupausen zum selbernachbauen umwandeln.
Es unterstützt auch den Export in einzelne PNG-Dateien oder animierte Gifs

Man kann damit auch versteckte Sachen finden, beispielsweise hat der Millennium Falcon (siehe unten) eine versteckte Schmuggelkammer, die die meisten Leute wohl nie sehen würden.

Eine gute Quelle für Schematic-Dateien ist die Webseite mcschematics.com

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Support für Texture packs

Schematic2Blueprint unterstützt MineCraft texture packs der grösse 16x16. Die Installation ähnelt dem normalen Prozess, um das Texturepack in MineCraft zu installieren. Alles, was zu tun ist, ist, die terrain.png und items.png aus dem texturepack zu nehmen, die Schematic2Blueprint-jar in einem Archivprogramm wie WinZip zu öffnen, in ihr in das Verzeichnis /klaue/mcschematictool/ zu wechseln und die dort enthaltenen terrain.png und items.png durch die vom Texturpack zu ersetzen.

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Screenshots

Das Schematic, das für die Screenshots genommen wurde, ist "Millennium Falcon Flying.schematic", welches, wie der Name schon sagt, den Millennium Falcon von Star Wars darstellt. Megatech hat ihn in MineCraft nachgebaut und war so nett, es als Schematic zu speichern, zu bekommen hier.

Das Haupt-GUI:
GUI Schematic2Blueprint

PNG exports:
PNG export von Schematic2Blueprint

Blockzähler:
Blockzähler von Schematic2Blueprint

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Kurze Startanleitung

Du brauchst Java 6, aber da MineCraft selbst ein Javaprogramm ist, wirst du das wohl schon haben

Nach dem entpacken sollte ein Doppelklick auf das bat (windows) oder das sh (linux, mac) ausreichen.

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Download

Schematic2Blueprint (All operating systems - jar) (667 KB, zip)
The source is contained inside the jar file.

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Licence

Wäre nett, wenn du auf mich zurücklinken würdest, wenn du das Programm auf eine andere Webseite stellst oder erweiterst. Ansonsten bist du nur an die Lizenz von JNBT gebunden. Siehe im Licence-Verzeichnis innerhalb des jars für den vollen Lizenztext.

Schematic2Blueprint benutzt ausserdem den GIF encoder von FM Software

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Kommentare

#212 please update! schrieb am 28.11.2016 01:24 (CET):
It would be great to have all building blocks at least until 1.8! Thank you

#213 Klaue schrieb am 28.11.2016 20:38 (CET):
it does, you just have to check up the updated version, link is at the top

#210 Joey schrieb am 28.10.2016 17:56 (CET):
Um... help with"Classic" Schematics?, any one?

#207 Bruellbart schrieb am 27.09.2016 19:38 (CET):
Very good tool indeed. I used this two years ago to bring my "Note Block Studio"-Songs to the server I'm playing. Now it gives me a "Classic fileformat is not supported"-Message and there is no older download. What can I do?

#208 Klaue schrieb am 27.09.2016 23:37 (CET):
AFAIR classic file format was something used in the early betas. But I don't remember clearly, it's been a while.

instead of trying an older one (none around, sorry, didn't keep them), try the updated one instead, link is at the top of the page. I'd say there's a good chance that one will work

If that also doesn't work.. well, get a newer schematic ^^;

#209 Bruellbart schrieb am 28.09.2016 11:07 (CET):
That's what I did yesterday . I downloaded the version on top. Note Block Studio doesn't give me the option to create a "newer" schematic file. But I found another solution by googling, but I dunno if I#m allowed to post the link here.

Still great program of yours, helped me a lot back in the days :)

#201 inostupid schrieb am 23.06.2016 11:54 (CET):
do you still check this Klaue? id really like to talk with you please email me!

#200 Paul schrieb am 06.10.2015 12:05 (CET):
Hello.

After looking at the pictures you have posted to build the Millenium Falcon layer by layer i really want to build it. It looks awesome and much better than most of the videos on youtube. Unfortunately i cannot download the files to print off. I have tried to download java and a zip file programme but i am useless with computers. I was wondering if it was possible for you to email me the pictures please. I have printed off the pic of 15 stages but they are blurry when i zoom in to have a closer look. Many thanks and look forward to your reply, Paul

#199 Ender schrieb am 25.08.2015 17:58 (CET):
Everytime I try to open the windows.bat file i get the message: "javaw could not be found." But i have java installed...

#198 Ender schrieb am 25.08.2015 17:56 (CET):
Everytime I try to open the windows.bat file i get the message: "javaw could not be found." But i have java installed...

#204 fdfd schrieb am 31.08.2016 18:51 (CET):
Me too, found a way to fix it?

#205 Klaue schrieb am 01.09.2016 06:22 (CET):
that sometimes happens. open it in an editor and replace javaw with the full path to your java, something like
"C:\\Program Files\\Java\\jre6\\bin\\javaw.exe"
(put it in quotes, windows has problems with spaces in paths otherwise)

btw, gonna upload a newer version sometimes during this week, if I don't forget it

#206 Klaue schrieb am 01.09.2016 06:25 (CET):
single backslashes, not double ones though
also, the new version will be put on http://double-helix.industries/applications/schematic2blueprint/

#188 Ryan schrieb am 06.04.2015 05:14 (CET):
Hi,

Just spent a free weekend adding to your project. It's great, the framework was so intuitive and easy to work with!

So, here's what I did...

Added Acacia and Dark Oak tree types, slabs, leaves, stairs, saplings

Updated potions

Fixed a little bug with Lever - 0-15, not 0-14

Added "top Half" support to Wood Trap Doors. Haven't touched Iron trap doors yet.

Added Hay Bales, but can't do directions, because they don't use Block Data, now it's the new Block State system

Added all known Minecraft blocks to NameProvider

Added variants of Dirt

Added Red Sand variant, haven't touched the stairs or red sandstone yet

Added Carpet (and did a real crappy job)

Added Monster Egg blocks (a schematic I used had a ton of them)

Anyway, get a hold of me if you want to see/distribute what I've changed.

#189 Edd schrieb am 28.04.2015 04:38 (CET):
I would love to see your changes added. Many of the projects I have wanted to use contain the newer blocks not found on the original program all I see is question marks.

#190 Klaue schrieb am 28.04.2015 08:05 (CET):
Wrote him a mail weeks ago now, never got an answer. Either the mail given in the comments (only I can see them) was wrong or he lost interest

#191 Edd schrieb am 28.04.2015 21:05 (CET):
Oh well I was hoping that he would have the update. this is an awesome program!

#192 Ryan schrieb am 06.05.2015 15:30 (CET):
Hi, sorry, life got busy. Here's what I've got so far.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/6cpgmka6mmqgjan/Schematic2Blueprint.jar?dl=0

#193 alex schrieb am 08.05.2015 04:23 (CET):
thanks so much for doing it holy lord. I downloaded it however it won't open. :/

#197 Mike schrieb am 10.08.2015 14:29 (CET):
Same as Alex, unable to get the new version to run. :( Getting errors that crash to desktop on a Mac (10.10 with JRE 6.x). Original works well, at least. :)

#202 Mission001 schrieb am 24.07.2016 14:38 (CET):
Thank you so much, got it to work.
It doesnt have the new 1.10 blocks, but its amazing to have a very updated version of this, massive props to you :D

#196 kodi schrieb am 31.07.2015 07:11 (CET):
How can we add items ourselves?

#179 Lettie schrieb am 23.11.2014 16:43 (CET):
One of my favorite little Minecraft utilities. As someone who's rubbish at building things that actually look nice in-game, it's nice to be able to take apart things that other people have built and try and get ideas from that to make my own builds look nice. Not to mention it's Mac-compatible. :)

Would be nice if it were updated to support the newer blocks in the newer updates, but hey, it's not a huge deal. Bet you have your reasons for not updating and I can't even begin to say how much this little program has helped.

#180 Klaue schrieb am 24.11.2014 06:14 (CET):
I did check out what was changed.. Don't have the numbers in my head, but were somewhere around 20 blocks and 30 items, ubdating would probably require at least 8, probably more hours. And that for something I don't even use anymore as I don't play MC anymore..

#181 Nokraa schrieb am 13.01.2015 00:01 (CET):
So, I've been helping out updating jmc2obj and I was thinking I could help out with this one too. If that's okay with you of course. I just need to know how you've set up the block types. jmc2obj uses config files to hold block data.

#182 Klaue schrieb am 13.01.2015 20:57 (CET):
Well, I don't know what that is and the website seems to not want to let me know, so I dunno what you need.
but feel free to do with that as you wish, I now doubt I will ever find the drive again to work on it. It has been years since I really played MC

#185 xz schrieb am 09.02.2015 15:33 (CET):
Source code? Would be helpful to get things caught up to date by anyone.

#186 Klaue schrieb am 09.02.2015 18:37 (CET):
See Download above, source was always available

#183 bite schrieb am 21.01.2015 17:34 (CET):
ta gueule

#184 Alex schrieb am 05.02.2015 03:32 (CET):
If you're able to update it Nokraa it'd be awesome if you could share it! :)

#177 Fudgeturret schrieb am 11.11.2014 02:03 (CET):
Can some one tell me how to open this on my mac. I double click on the sh file and it opens in note pad. Ive tried googleing it but none of the results are in language i can understand.

#178 Klaue schrieb am 11.11.2014 22:16 (CET):
If you got java (if not, install that first), try doubleclicking the jar


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