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RRe36’s Shaders 1.20, 1.19.4 → 1.18.2

Developer👤RRe36
Style🌅Realistic
Support GPUs
Loaders
Performance ImpactLow
Settings43
Presets 🛠️ Low+2
Features Normal Map+36
CreatedFeb 16, 2014
UpdatedAug 4, 2019
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If you’re on the lookout for a shader pack that will work with the newest and older versions of Minecraft, you have many options. One of these is Rre36’s Shaders, which were released back in February 2014 and have since become a discontinued project. That means there are no more updates coming, at least not official updates from the shader pack creator, so what you see is what you get. And what there is to see is actually pretty good. Brighter lights, darker shadows, and very little gray coloring are what you can expect from rre36’s Shaders, among other cool features.

Minecraft’s early morning hours are usually dark, like the early hours of the evening, once the sun goes down and the stars come out. However, in Rre36’s Shader Pack, the beginning of the day explodes with bright, bold, orange colors. It doesn’t seem very realistic, and it can actually be an eyesore, but you’ll have to get a look for yourself before you really understand. The light doesn’t look natural – or maybe it would look natural if Minecraft was taking place on some distant, foreign planet nestled right up against a star.

Thankfully the other times throughout the day look much better. At high noon, you get crisp, clear, blue water, along with bluer skies, greener grass and trees, and some nice rippling effects in bodies of water. Because this shader pack is already a couple of years old, its requirements are somewhat lax when compared to the more modern shader packs you see today. This is a good thing since it means more players will be able to use rre36’s Shaders without worrying about hardware lag or a massive drop in FPS while playing Minecraft.

Because rre36’s Shaders are based on Chocapic13’s Shaders, you’ll probably notice some elements from the latter in the former. But this pack only uses Chocapic13’s as a foundation – it goes off on its own and makes many adjustments to Minecraft’s visuals, including changes to waving elements, colors, the shadow filter effect, and even a motion blur which works with non-vanilla blocks, like those from mods. Overall, rre36’s Shaders are pretty solid, but they are still old, but still look very good on new versions of Minecraft.

RRe36’s compatible versions:
  • 1.20
  • 1.19.4
  • 1.19.3
  • 1.19.2
  • 1.19.1
  • 1.19
  • 1.18.2
  • 1.18.1
  • 1.18
  • 1.17.1
  • 1.17
  • 1.16.5
  • 1.16.4
  • 1.16.3
  • 1.16.2
  • 1.16.1
  • 1.16
  • 1.15.2
  • 1.15.1
  • 1.15
  • 1.14.4
  • 1.14.3
  • 1.14.2
  • 1.14.1
  • 1.14
  • 1.13.2
  • 1.13.1
  • 1.13
  • 1.12.2
  • 1.12.1
  • 1.12
  • 1.11.2
  • 1.11.1
  • 1.11
  • 1.10.2
  • 1.10.1
  • 1.10
  • 1.9.4
  • 1.9.3
  • 1.9.2
  • 1.9.1
  • 1.9
  • 1.8.9
  • 1.8.8
  • 1.8.7
  • 1.8.6
  • 1.8.5
  • 1.8.4
  • 1.8.3
  • 1.8.2
  • 1.8.1
  • 1.8
  • 1.7.10
  • 1.7.9
  • 1.7.8
  • 1.7.7
  • 1.7.6
  • 1.7.5
  • 1.7.4
  • 1.7.2
  • 1.7
  • 1.6.4
  • 1.6.2

Features

Over 36 new features are available in RRe36’s Shaders to enhance your gaming experience.

📊 Performance Impacts

  • None
    No performance decreases
  • Small
    ~5%
  • Medium
    ~10%
  • High
    ~25%
  • Extreme
    +50%

There are 3 profiles pre-built into RRe36’s Shaders to adjust the level of intensity of these effects.

Profiles

Low

Medium

High

Clouds Mode
2DVolumetricVolumetric
Rain Puddles
Screenspace Reflections
Lighting Quality
LowLowHigh
Samples
6610
Ambient Occlusion
Motionblur
Shadow Resolution
102415362048
Motionblur Samples
68
SSR Quality
LowHigh

How To Install RRe36’s Shaders

Supported Optifine Recommend • 1.19.1—1.8.8
  • Support Forge / Vanilla
  • Extra features
  • Good performance
Supported Iris Recommend • 1.19.1—1.16.2
  • Support Fabric / Quilt
  • Better performance, depend on your hardware
Supported GLSL Shaders Discontinued • 1.8—1.6.4
  • No modding required Support Forge
  • No modding required Older versions of Minecraft are supported
Optifine Installation Guide

Note

Your device must have Java installed to run the Forge and Optifine installers.

Quick Java Installation Guide
  1. Download Java

    Download the Java installer from the official website here.

  2. Open Installer

    Once you have downloaded the file, run it and click the Install button.

How to install RRe36’s Shaders with Optifine?

  1. Download Optifine

    Get the latest version of Optifine for your Minecraft version.
    Download Optifine

  2. Install Optifine

    Run the Optifine installer and follow the on-screen instructions to complete the installation.

  3. Download RRe36’s Shaders

    Go to the download section and get shaders zip file. Unzip the file if necessary, as some shader developers may bundle multiple shader versions in one zip file.

    Jump to Download Section

  4. Launch Minecraft

    Start the Minecraft launcher and make sure you have the Optifine profile selected.

  5. In-game Shaders menu

    Go to Options > Video Settings > Shaders to access the shaders menu.

  6. Open shaderpacks folder

    Click on the "Shaders Folder" button to open the folder where shaders are stored, so you can add or remove shaders as desired.

  7. Install RRe36’s Shaders

    Copy or move the downloaded RRe36’s shaders zip file into the shaderpacks folder.

  8. Select RRe36’s Shaders

    Choose RRe36’s shader pack from the list of available shaders in the options menu.


How to install RRe36’s Shaders with Forge and Optifine?

Quick Installation Guide
  1. Install Forge

    Obtain the latest version of Forge that is compatible with your Minecraft version.
    Download Minecraft Forge

  2. Launch Minecraft

    Start the Minecraft launcher and select the version of Minecraft you want to install Forge on. Run the game once by clicking on the "Play" button to create necessary files for Forge.

  3. Install Forge Client

    Double-click on the Forge installer jar file and choose "Install Client" in the window that appears.

  4. Install Optifine

    Download the Optifine jar file after Forge is installed. Move the Optifine jar file to the mods folder in the .minecraft directory.
    Download Optifine

  5. Launch Forge Profile

    Launch Minecraft using the "Forge" profile, Optifine will be automatically loaded along with Forge.

  6. Install Chocapic13's Shaders

    Now the installation is the same as from the above Optifine instructions, just follow the steps starting from step 5.

Iris Installation Guide

Note

Your device must have Java installed to run the Iris installer.

Quick Java Installation Guide
  1. Download Java

    Download the Java installer from the official website here.

  2. Open Installer

    Once you have downloaded the file, run it and click the Install button.

How to install RRe36’s Shaders with Iris?

  1. Download Iris Shaders

    Find the latest version of the Iris Shaders installer and download it.
    Download Iris Installer

  2. Install Iris Shaders

    Open the downloaded jar file, and choose the preferred game version and installation type.

    ⯈ Iris Install:
    If you don't plan on using any other mods with Iris, choose this option.

    ⯈ Fabric Install:
    Choose this option if you want to use Iris with Fabric and other mods. The Iris jar files will be copied to the mods folder within the .minecraft directory.

  3. Start Installation

    After selecting the game version and installation type, click the "Install" button to start the installation process.

  4. Launch Minecraft

    Start the Minecraft launcher and make sure you have the Iris profile selected.

    Note

    Select the Fabric profile if you opt for the Fabric installation type.
  5. In-game Shader Menu

    Open the Minecraft game and go to Options > Video Settings > Shader Packs to access the shaders menu.

    Tip

    To simplify the process, simply drag and drop the shader ZIP file directly into the Minecraft window, bypassing the next two steps.
  6. Open shaderpacks folder

    Click on the "Open Shader Pack Folder" button to access the folder where shaders are stored.

  7. Install RRe36’s Shaders

    Copy or move the shaders zip file into the shaderpacks folder.

  8. Select RRe36’s Shaders

    Choose installed shader pack from the list of available shaders in the options menu and click the "Apply" or "Done" button to select it.

    Tip

    When the shader pack is selected, its name will be changed to yellow.
GLSL Installation Guide

Warning

Using this Shader loader is only recommended if you are playing on very old versions of Minecraft, such as 1.6.4 or 1.7.10. For the latest versions of Minecraft, please use Optifine or Iris shaders for better performance and support for the latest features.

How to install RRe36’s Shaders with GLSL Shaders Mod?

  1. Install Forge

    Download the latest version of Forge that is compatible with your Minecraft version.
    Download Minecraft Forge

  2. Launch Minecraft

    Start the Minecraft launcher and select the version of Minecraft you want to install Forge on. Run the game once by clicking on the "Play" button to create the necessary files for Forge.

  3. Install Forge Client

    Double-click on the Forge installer jar file and choose "Install Client" in the window that appears.

  4. Install GLSL Shaders Mod

    Download the GLSL jar file after Forge is installed. Move the GLSL jar file to the mods folder in the .minecraft directory.
    Download GLSL Shaders

  5. Launch Forge Profile

    Launch Minecraft using the "Forge" profile, and GLSL Shaders will be automatically loaded along with Forge.

  6. In-game Shaders menu

    Go to Options > Shaders to access the shaders menu.

  7. Open shaderpacks folder

    Click on the "Open shaderpacks folder" button to open the folder where shaders are stored.

  8. Install RRe36’s Shaders

    Copy or move the downloaded shaders zip file into the shaderpacks folder.

  9. Select RRe36’s Shaders

    Choose RRe36’s shader pack from the list of available shaders in the options menu.

📥 RRe36’s Shaders — Download

Something You Should Know

  • Our links are only from the official developer, so you can be sure they are secure.
  • No modifications or edits are made to the files.
  • 👨‍💻 RRe36 is the creator of RRe36’s Shaders

🔄 Update Logs

v10.1
  • Fixed nether
  • Added god rays
  • Improved translucency
v10.0
  • Custom ambiance
  • Volumetric and 2d clouds
  • Custom fog
  • Custom water
  • Screenspace reflections
  • labPBR support
  • Nether support
  • 1.13 and 1.14 support
v7
  • Ported Lens Features and Particles
  • Improved Shadow-look while raining
  • Added Color variables only for Sky and Fog
  • Added IMAX DOF-profile (google IMAX for more information)
  • Little Torchlight changes
  • POM is disabled by default (activate it in gbuffer_terrain.fsh)
  • Ported Sildur’s Block Reflections
  • Ported my Waving Elements
  • Clouds are getting bigger while raining
  • Better Wind-Fading from clear to rain
  • Dynamic Waterwave-strength
  • Changed Cloud-Wind-speed
  • Improved Midnight-Godrays
  • Increased Sun Path Rotation

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