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Ok, so I'm working on a mod which imports large sets from animations into Minecraft. But the thing is, whenever I look to far away from that block with the custom model, the whole model disappears...

Example: https://gyazo.com/e6b376db49e1d80d8e90ee836d70eaec 

I'm wondering if anyone knows a way to fix this issue, cause its a pretty big problem right now.

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Well yeah, the block that has that model is outside of your view. Minecraft assumes that all block models are no larger than 1x1x1, with some allowance given to the Y axis (but no more than half a block) due to fences.

 

You can't fix this except by using multiple blocks and multiple models.

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If you are using a TESR then TileEntity#getRenderBoundingBox allows you to specify a custom AxisAlignedBB to do frustrum checks and TileEntity#getMaxRenderDistanceSquared allows you to control the distance at which your tile will no longer be rendered.

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3 hours ago, V0idWa1k3r said:

If you are using a TESR then TileEntity#getRenderBoundingBox allows you to specify a custom AxisAlignedBB to do frustrum checks and TileEntity#getMaxRenderDistanceSquared allows you to control the distance at which your tile will no longer be rendered.

Is there any way to do that without a tesr? -or would you have to do that? i dont wanna cause unnecessary lag, and ive noticed tesrs do that once they add up.

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Without a TESR?

Yes, multiple blocks.

4 hours ago, Draco18s said:

You can't fix this except by using multiple blocks and multiple models.

 

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13 minutes ago, Draco18s said:

Without a TESR?

Yes, multiple blocks.

 

Well I don't feel like splitting that model into a billion different little models, that set is huge. I have overridden TileEntity#getRenderBoundingBox and returned INFINITE_EXTENT_AABB in a normal TE, but it doesnt achieve anything. But I'm not able to override TileEntity#getRenderBoundingBox in a class that extends tesr. Im probably missing something super simple, so please excuse my stupidity lol

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28 minutes ago, AndyBTTF said:

I'm not able to override TileEntity#getRenderBoundingBox in a class that extends tesr

Of course not, that's a method in TileEntity. But in order for it to work, your model needs to be rendered from a TESR, not a block model.

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10 minutes ago, AndyBTTF said:

You mean using the old way of importing objs? No json files, and all of the rendering being done inside of the tesr?

Yes

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On 5/19/2018 at 6:52 AM, AndyBTTF said:

f u n. welp, thanks for your help :)

You can use block models, look at the AssemblyTable in my mod. It takes up an area of 3x2x3 and renders multiple models inside that area. The larger bounding box is achieved with multiple blocks.

https://github.com/Cadiboo/WIPTech/blob/master/src/main/java/cadiboo/wiptech/block/BlockAssemblyTable.java

https://github.com/Cadiboo/WIPTech/blob/master/src/main/java/cadiboo/wiptech/client/render/tileentity/TESRAssemblyTable.java

 

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Another option is to use an actual Entity instead. You can disable the frustum checking easily for entities.

 

Not sure if that really helps depending on what format your models are in. I'm guessing you have them in JSON which is why you're concerned about moving to OBJ. I think you can render baked models as entities though -- look at how falling blocks are rendered. Choonster explains how to do that here: 

 

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On 5/29/2018 at 7:00 AM, jabelar said:

you have them in JSON which is why you're concerned about moving to OBJ.

They actually are in OBJ, not JSON.

Please forgive me for my lack of knowledge of this, I'm not very talented in the area of modding. im just doing this for a friend because i know a tiny bit of java.

Im using Forge's built-in OBJ rendering with the JSON models referencing the OBJ models, https://gyazo.com/bdb29fce63b095687490d7ec34109a5b Would this JSON work with a TESR that's trying to render a block model from a vanilla-JSON?
 

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    • As a result of the popularity of NFTs, today, the best crypto games are available in almost every market you can think of. To give you an idea, we discuss some of the types of blockchain games that might interest you below. 1. Virtual world games 2. Fantasy sports 3. Fighting games 4. Development games. The following two are currently popular   Cryptokitties is a casual virtual cat game traded in Ethereum crypto-currency, which was launched and operated on November 28, 2017. FairyCat: Fairy Cat, a new blockchain game launching in 2023, has one of the highest returns of any blockchain game and will be the most popular virtual coin game in 2023.   One of the main reasons why most investors choose to play P2E crypto games is to make money. However, you may have noticed that many top crypto games offer rewards in the form of NFTs. However, the NFTs in the games are unique and transparent. In other words, when you buy assets in the game, you become the owner. Depending on the game, the NFTs you collect can be player avatars, characters, creatures, special items, or any other artifact. These NFTs can be traded or sold on other platforms, allowing you to receive cash or other crypto-currencies in return. In addition, you can keep these rewards until you find the right time to cash them in.
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