If you’ve ever been frustrated by the random nature of your Minecraft progress, this is the article for you.
Crafting an optimiser will allow you to quickly and easily optimise Minecraft gameplay, which in turn can allow you a faster pace and more enjoyable gameplay.
Crafters will be able to find optimisation information in their stats and profiles, allowing them to see what the maximum average FPS (frames per second) and minimum average FPS are for a given game mode.
If you’re looking to get into the crafting game, here’s how to create your own Minecraft optimizer and get started.1.
Find out what kind of optimisation you’re afterYou’ll need a calculator to create a profile, and you’ll need to create one that supports Minecraft.
If you’re going for a high-end optimiser, you’ll want to use a calculator with at least 4,048 pixels and a resolution of 1280×1024.
You’ll also need to know what kind you’re targeting, which is probably something like:minecraft.world.map.max_world_size_width_height_map.min_worlds.size2.
Create a profile using the calculator3.
Set the profile parameters4.
Open Minecraft and go to Options4.
Check “Set Minecraft profile parameters”5.
Add “Minecraft profile” and click “Save”You’ll be able use the calculator in your profile and start looking up the information in your stats and profile.
If everything’s fine, you should see your profile set up with the correct parameters.
You can then use that calculator to tweak the settings.
Here are some more tips for creating an optimisation profile:• Set the minimum FPS (frame rate) to 30.• If your profile is set to use Minecraft, check “Use Minecraft profile” to ensure you’re not using a plugin that adds a new dimension to your game.• You can also adjust the minimum amount of worlds that can be opened.• For a Minecraft optimiser that has a specific game mode, check the “Game mode” dropdown.• In general, the settings in your Minecraft profile should be fine.
You should see more FPS in your game than your average FPS, and your game should be playable with your friends.