[128x] Feed the Beast [MC1.4.7]

Tekkit? Feed the Beast? All texture compilations (WIP and full releases) for mod packs go in here.
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Post 02 Jan 2014, 19:22

feed the beast offers a lot of mod packs that use anything from MC 1.4.7 to 1.6.4. And yes, the 1.4x texture packs are not going to be compatible with MC 1.5+. Which FTB mod are you using? There are texture packs created for FTB 1.6.4 modpacks.
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Post 05 Jan 2014, 19:25

I got the patch in correctly, and it works! BUT, it lags my game super hard! I have a pretty beefy computer, and I could play it with no problems before. I even turned down all the video settings. It would just be nice to see if anyone has any tips.
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Post 08 Jan 2014, 18:18

KillerJeeves wrote:I got the patch in correctly, and it works! BUT, it lags my game super hard! I have a pretty beefy computer, and I could play it with no problems before. I even turned down all the video settings. It would just be nice to see if anyone has any tips.
Two things: load up is always an issue when using hd textures, nothing can be done to solve it; and in game frame rate lag could be solved, more or less, by lowering the resolution of your patch until it's smooth again. Minecraft has never been a fully optimized game in the face of mods and hd textures; it takes a certain amount of concessions and settling for less quality when using both at the same time.

Even if your system resources should run the game without issue normally, multiplying a texture's resolution by four (that's two squared) takes four times more resources to run smoothly and all bets are mostly off when talking about heavy mod usage. Is why I bump up my ram used for the client to maximum safe levels while playing, and that's just to prevent out of memory crashes. I suspect frame lag is caused by a lack of processing speed? Minecraft doesn't use multiple cores of a cpu afaik aside from modding it with Optifine Ultra which allows for multi-core chunk loading, but that's an aside.

Bottom line, reduce your resolution until it works the way you want. For me, when it was on FTB, I usually could have it at 64x, but that was back in 1.4 and 1.5 Minecraft. I'm not sure about now, though.
Resize trouble?
GIMP: http://www.gimp.org/
Plugin: http://registry.gimp.org/node/26259
Tut: http://bdcraft.net/forum/tutorial-how-t ... s-properly
As courtesy: no vanillas, no GUI's 'til 32, no res < 16. My OCD will thank you.
Have fun. :)
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Post 09 Jan 2014, 01:08

lifeseeker128 wrote: Two things: load up is always an issue when using hd textures, nothing can be done to solve it; and in game frame rate lag could be solved, more or less, by lowering the resolution of your patch until it's smooth again. Minecraft has never been a fully optimized game in the face of mods and hd textures; it takes a certain amount of concessions and settling for less quality when using both at the same time.

Even if your system resources should run the game without issue normally, multiplying a texture's resolution by four (that's two squared) takes four times more resources to run smoothly and all bets are mostly off when talking about heavy mod usage. Is why I bump up my ram used for the client to maximum safe levels while playing, and that's just to prevent out of memory crashes. I suspect frame lag is caused by a lack of processing speed? Minecraft doesn't use multiple cores of a cpu afaik aside from modding it with Optifine Ultra which allows for multi-core chunk loading, but that's an aside.

Bottom line, reduce your resolution until it works the way you want. For me, when it was on FTB, I usually could have it at 64x, but that was back in 1.4 and 1.5 Minecraft. I'm not sure about now, though.
Thanks! I'm not a huge tech geek, but I thought I knew most of my stuff... Well if this helps anyone else help ME, I am operating on a Mac, and instead of using winrar and all that shiz, I just dragged all the patch files into the Sphax texture pack. And yes, I made sure to put the armor files in the pre-existing one in the original texturepack.
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Post 21 Mar 2014, 06:50

I love this pack :P
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Post 12 May 2014, 11:06

Hey guys.

I am having some difficulty with this pack, unfortunately. When I install it, the pack loads everything (as far as I can see) except the IndustrialCraft2 textures? So I thought I'd try and throw the IC2 textures downloaded seperately into the current pack, but after I do that only the IC2 textures load and everything else is Vanilla! What am I or my computer doing wrong??

Edit: Seems to be Buildcraft and Twilight Forest stuff too..?
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