[Tutorial] How to make custom weather [World Renderer]

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[Tutorial] How to make custom weather [World Renderer]
Sun, 05/12/2024 - 03:29 (edited)

In order to render custom weather, you will need to use an event trigger "Graphics - Render weather."

 

The following procedure allows you to render vanilla rain and snow.

There is the procedure in a procedure list "Graphics - Weather."

  • Rain: If it is false, rain will be invisible.
  • Snow: If it is false, snow will be invisible.
  • Speed: It is  an animation speed.
  • Range: It is a display range of rain and snow.
  • Color: It is the texture color.
  • Constant: If it is true, rain and snow will always be visible regardless of the world weather.

 

The procedures allow you to render rain and snow at any positions.

There is the procedure in a procedure list "Graphics - Weather."

It is also possible to render vanilla rain and snow using these procedures. See a procedure template "Graphics - Weather - Render weather."

  • Speed: It is an animation speed.
  • X/Z: They are a position of rain/snow. It is not possible to use decimal numbers, and they will be rounded down.
  • Color: It is the texture color.
  • Constant: If it is true, rain and snow will always be visible regardless of the world weather.

 

Moreover, texture setting is required before rendering.

There is the procedure "Set texture" in a procedure list "Graphics procedures - Texture."


 

In order to add weather particles and sounds, you will need to use an event trigger "Graphics - Set weather particles and sounds."

The following procedure allows you to add weather effects.

There is the procedure in a procedure list "Graphics - Weather particles and sounds."

  • Target: It is a biome type to add effects.
  • Power: The larger the value, the greater the amount of particles and the louder the volume of sound.
  • Range: It is a range of particles and sounds.
  • Particles: If it is false, spawn no particles.
  • Sounds: If it is false, play no sound.
  • Constant: If it is true, particles and sounds will always be applied regardless of the world weather.

 

Moreover, you will need to set particles and sounds as follows.

There are the procedures in a procedure list "Graphics - Weather particles and sounds."

  • Generic Particle: It is a particle type to spawn on ground.
  • Special Particle: It is a particle type to spawn on lava, magma blocks and campfires.
  • Generic Sound: It is a sound type outdoors.
  • Special Sound: It is a sound type indoors.
Edited by sumeshi0216 on Sun, 05/12/2024 - 03:29