CaptTatsu’s BSL Shaders – a very interesting shaders for Minecraft that can be attributed to realistic, nice picture, quite a few settings, its own unique features. Anyone who is looking for a beautiful shaders and who has a powerful computer is for you!
The shaders are quite pleasant and of high quality, I especially liked the way it works with the rays of light from the sun, when the player goes into the shadow – the shader draws realistic gaps and rays, it is implemented very soundly. The shader also draws very nice and voluminous clouds, I personally don’t really like the effects of post-processing, such as BLUR, but rummaging through the settings of the shader, I removed FOG and BLUR thereby making the picture a little clearer. Also in the shaders settings there is a possibility to select 4 performance settings, while the performance does not increase significantly, as well as the visual difference is not very big.
Shaders support the PBR effect, but by default it is turned off, it must be turned on in the shader settings, and probably set up for a specific texture pack.
How to install BSL Shaders:
- Download and install GLSL Shaders
- Download the Shader
- Unzip to .minecraft\Shaderpacks
- Launch Minecraft
- In the settings, click the “Shaders …” button, select the desired shader from the list and click “Done”
Download BSL Shaders:For 1.16.x
BSL_mc1.16.2_v7.1.05p3.zip [0.24 Mb]
BSL_mc1.15.2_v7.1.05p2.zip [395 Kb]
BSL_mc1.13.2_v7.1.01.zip [493 Kb]
BSL_mc1.12.2_v7.0.zip [446 Kb]
BSL_mc1.7.10_v7.1p2.zip [186 Kb]