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NBT file format
The NBT file format is used by minecraft structure blocks as a built in schematic with out needing to use mcedit or other programs.
NBT files can be found within your world/structures directory.
How to make a .nbt file?
This is done from within the actual Minecraft game by using structure blocks and does not need any third party programs. Click here for a tutorial on how to use.
How to find your .nbt file and upload it?
After saving your nbt data in game, you will need to navigate to your world directory and then upload the file with the name you gave it at time of saving.
Windows users can often find there world saves in %appdata%\.minecraft\saves\WORLDNAME\stuctures
Mac users can often find there world saves in ~/Library/Application Support/minecraft/saves/WORLDNAME/stuctures
Linux users can often find there world saves in ~/.minecraft/saves/WORLDNAME/stuctures
Click here for a tutorial on how to upload your file.
Many amazing things can be done with Minecraft's new datapacks. To upload a data pack make sure to put it in a archive like .zip .rar
Data packs can be placed in teh respective places below.
Windows users can often find there Data packs in %appdata%\.minecraft/saves/(world)/datapacks
Mac users can often find there Data packs in ~/Library/Application Support/minecraft/saves/(world)/datapacks
Linux users can often find there Data packs in ~/.minecraft/saves/(world)/datapacks
Each data pack is either a sub-folder or a .zip file within the datapacks folder. After it is in the folder, a data pack will be enabled for that world when the world is reloaded or loaded.
Datapacks will have to be reviewed first due to the external linking, releasing legitimate creations will raise your trust score and allow review bypass.
.schematic file format
The .schematic file format was created by the community to store sections of a Minecraft world for use with third-party programs (specifically, MCEdit, Minecraft Note Block Studio, Redstone Simulator, web version of Redstone Simulator, and WorldEdit). Schematics are in NBT format and are loosely based on the Indev level format.
How to create a .schematic file?
To create a .schematic file you need a third party program, you can use MCEdit or WorldEdit or any of the above programs.
How to use a .schematic file?
To use a .schematic file you need a third party program, you can use MCEdit or WorldEdit or any of the above programs.
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