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  • ok so i have seen vids with lotr mod with shaders and i am wondering what sharders are compatabal with lotr Ty !

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    • Use ShadersModCore-v2.3.31-mc1.7.10-f.jar to be able to run shaders. As for shaderpacks, I'm not sure if all are compatible or only some are. I have a small selection of shaderpacks here. I know they all work, but some may produce better results than others.

      Please note that the above content is part of a modpack. If you would wish to use the modpack rather than downloading these manually you may do so here.

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    • Same, but it always says that I'm out of heap space when I put the coremod into my mod folder. :/

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    • Then allocate more RAM.

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    • MilkMC wrote:
      Then allocate more RAM.
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      I've tried, but I don't know if I'm doing it right, or adding any RAM at all.

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    • The following is a tutorial on allocating memory for minecraft using the LOTR mod. Please note that allocating the recommended amount of memory will require a 64-bit version of java. Choose your launcher below.

      Old Vanilla Launcher

      To allocate more memory for minecraft using the vanilla launcher, click on Edit Profile in the lower left corner. At the bottom of that dialogue box is JVM Arguments. Remove all JVM Arguments and replace them with -Xmx2G or -Xmx2048M. The recommended amount of memory for LOTR is 2G, but if you are using a high resolution texture pack you should allocate more. Likewise, if your computer is limited on memory, you may want to allocate less to be sure that your operating system and other programs have enough memory.

      New Vanilla Launcher

      To allocate more memory for minecraft using the newer edition of the vanilla launcher, click on

      Launch Options, located on the right side of the menu bar. Click on the profile you intend to add more RAM for, and locate the box entitled JVM Arguments. Click the gray toggle to enable arguments for this profile. In the box, put -Xmx2G or -Xmx2048M. The recommended amount of memory for LOTR is 2G, but if you are using a high resolution texture pack you should allocate more. Likewise, if your computer is limited on memory, you may want to allocate less to be sure that your operating system and other programs have enough memory.

      Technic Launcher

      To allocate more memory for minecraft using the technic launcher, click on Launcher Options at the top right corner. Then click on the Java Settings tab and from there you can change the amount of memory to your liking. The recommended amount of memory for LOTR is 2G, but if you are using a high resolution texture pack you should allocate more. Likewise, if your computer is limited on memory, you may want to allocate less to be sure that your operating system and other programs have enough memory.

      MultiMC

      To allocate more memory for minecraft using the MultiMC launcher, click on the instance you want to modify, then click Edit Instance. From there, go to Settings, check the box by Memory and change the Maximum Memory Allocation to 2048MB. The recommended amount of memory for LOTR is 2G, but if you are using a high resolution texture pack you should allocate more. Likewise, if your computer is limited on memory, you may want to allocate less to be sure that your operating system and other programs have enough memory.

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    • MilkMC wrote:
      The following is a tutorial on allocating memory for minecraft using the LOTR mod. Please note that allocating the recommended amount of memory will require a 64-bit version of java. Choose your launcher below.

      Old Vanilla Launcher

      To allocate more memory for minecraft using the vanilla launcher, click on Edit Profile in the lower left corner. At the bottom of that dialogue box is JVM Arguments. Remove all JVM Arguments and replace them with -Xmx2G or -Xmx2048M. The recommended amount of memory for LOTR is 2G, but if you are using a high resolution texture pack you should allocate more. Likewise, if your computer is limited on memory, you may want to allocate less to be sure that your operating system and other programs have enough memory.

      New Vanilla Launcher

      To allocate more memory for minecraft using the newer edition of the vanilla launcher, click on

      Launch Options, located on the right side of the menu bar. Click on the profile you intend to add more RAM for, and locate the box entitled JVM Arguments. Click the gray toggle to enable arguments for this profile. In the box, put -Xmx2G or -Xmx2048M. The recommended amount of memory for LOTR is 2G, but if you are using a high resolution texture pack you should allocate more. Likewise, if your computer is limited on memory, you may want to allocate less to be sure that your operating system and other programs have enough memory.

      Technic Launcher

      To allocate more memory for minecraft using the technic launcher, click on Launcher Options at the top right corner. Then click on the Java Settings tab and from there you can change the amount of memory to your liking. The recommended amount of memory for LOTR is 2G, but if you are using a high resolution texture pack you should allocate more. Likewise, if your computer is limited on memory, you may want to allocate less to be sure that your operating system and other programs have enough memory.

      MultiMC

      To allocate more memory for minecraft using the MultiMC launcher, click on the instance you want to modify, then click Edit Instance. From there, go to Settings, check the box by Memory and change the Maximum Memory Allocation to 2048MB. The recommended amount of memory for LOTR is 2G, but if you are using a high resolution texture pack you should allocate more. Likewise, if your computer is limited on memory, you may want to allocate less to be sure that your operating system and other programs have enough memory.

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      Thank you. I appreciate the help.

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    • Should have put that in the first post. Oh well. Still glad we have that template.

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