Mocap 1.0: 17th Aug 2014
- New: First 1.7.10 version! For Forge 1.7.10 (1207) and above.
- New: Official 1.0 release. woot!
Mocap 0.8: 2nd May 2014
- New: First 1.7.2 version!
- New: The mod now requires a core mod because tracking block placement needed a modification to Minecraft itself as Forge doesn't provide it.
- New: Tracks block placement for roughly 70% of blocks. It does not currently track "special" blocks etc (like stair angles). ** Completely untested feature! May randomly crash! **
- Starting from 0.8 the Mocap Jars are signed by my own private key.
You can verify your download is "legitimate" (ie: hasn't been tampered with) by comparing the key to the signatures published here.
Mocap 0.71: 5th March 2014
- New: Added Skindex (www.minecraftskins.com) support! You can now choose from millions of Skins available for your mocap entities.
To use a Skindex skin, you first need the filename. So, for example this skin:
At the bottom right of the page is a section called "Embed Codes", copy the "Image link" out. It should look like:
The bit you're interested in is the number!
Simply use this number in place of
skinname in mocap-play and you're set - it'll use the one from Skindex instead.
For this example:
mocap-play act1scene1 2014030519474244156 MrCow
- Fix: File save location on OSX was invalid.
- Fix: Don't spawn replay entities with a diamond sword.
/mocap-rec now only usable by OPs.
- Informational messages now only goes to OPs.
- Recording is now multi-threaded, multiple players can be captured simultaneously (to different mocap files obviously ;)
- New command block command:
This command is effectively the same as running
/mocap-rec manually, only you can provide a playername to record from and script recording motion via a command block.
Attempting to record the same player twice simply stops recording. (Same as if they manually invoke
/mocap-rec while being recorded).
You can use
@p in place of both playername and filename - so setting a command block to:
mocap-rec-player @p @p
Will record to the motion of the nearest person to the commandblock to a file called
Alternatively, setting a command block to:
mocap-rec-player EchebKeso run1
Will record to the motion of EchebKeso to a file called
mocap-play also supports
@p in place of a filename.
- Recording now stops when a player being recorded dies or logs out.
- Replay entities now spawn at the location of the first frame in the mocap file rather than on top of the command block.
- Various calamity checks (recording to the same filename twice, etc).
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