Render Player API for Minecraft 1.7.4, 1.7.2 and 1.6.4

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  • Spectacular

  • Render Player API
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  • Published on: February 15, 2014
  • Last modified: February 16, 2014

  • Review Summary:

  • Like Modloader, this reduces the conflict between mods if you install a whole bunch at a once. And why do mod developers require this for their mod? Because it makes it a whole bunch easier for the mod developers if they just used this as a base mod.

Render Player API is one of the base mods like Modloader, AudioMod, Forge  and such. Render Player API is required for some of the mods to be installed properly.  With the Render Player API, third-party mods (mods that require Render Player API to work) can access the awr.class and arp.class which are the class for RenderPlayer and ModelBiped. Why? Like Modloader, this reduces the conflict between mods if you install a whole bunch at a once. And why do mod developers require this for their mod? Because it makes it a whole bunch easier for the mod developers if they just used this as a base mod.

*Install Render Player API AFTER Forge for it to work properly

Render Player API is currently needed for:

  • Battlegear
  • Crossbow Mod 2
  • Smart Moving
  • Sports Mod
Render Player API is a fairly new mod so the selection of mods that require it is still tiny, however there might be some less popular mods out there that require Render Player API. Still more mods are bound to require this base mod.

How to download and install Render Player API for Minecraft 1.7.4

  1. Backup
  2. Download the mod you want to install
  3. Download Forge (if the mod you download requires it)
  4. Run “%appdata%”
  5. Go into .minecraft / bin
  6. Open minecraft.jar with an archiver
  7. Delete META-inf
  8. Drag all files from Forge into minecraft.jar
  9. Download Render Player API
  10. Drag all files from Render Player API into minecraft.jar (except readme.txt and changelog.txt)
  11. Then drag all files from the mod you want to install into minecraft.jar
  12. Close folders and run Minecraft!

Like Modloader, this reduces the conflict between mods if you install a whole bunch at a once. And why do mod developers require this for their mod? Because it makes it a whole bunch easier for the mod developers if they just used this as a base mod.

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Render Player API for Minecraft 1.7.4, 1.7.2 and 1.6.4

2014-02-15 12:47:39

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