SEUS PTGI Shaders Pack (1.18.2, 1.17.1) is a unique add-on that will allow you to easily get the most out of gaming activity. Thus, the designer of this shader worked so well that now this add-on is virtually a ray tracing simulation.
SEUS PTGI Shaders Pack for Minecraft is an experimental version of SEUS that includes a fully custom ray tracing software implementation that does not require an RTX graphics card and will work on any NVIDIA graphics card.
- The SEUS PTGI for Minecraft edition of the SEUS game engine features a completely customized version of the Ray Tracing software that does not need the use of an RTX graphics card. Moreover, modern technologies will allow you to enjoy a variety of visually appealing enhancements thanks to this feature, which is unusual in normal Shaders. Minecraft provides a great deal of flexibility in terms of creativity; therefore, you will find many Shaders and texture packs available to improve the games’ visual appearance because top-notch visuals are essential in today’s game environment.
- The dull, dismal light provided by vanilla does not generate a feeling of ambiance in the same way that the SEUS PTGI shaders do. In reality, almost all of the visible light in vanilla seems to be identical to one another in appearance. Yellow light is by far the most abundant kind of light, and it may be seen from torches, lava, fire, as well as the sun. This shaders pack brings color back into the game and gives it a new lease of life with every light source it encounters.
- Torchlight and moonlight seem to be completely contradictory, which is exactly how they should be. In addition to this, shadows are widely used throughout the game. Even anything as little as the grasses on the ground may throw a colorful and deep shadow, which, of course, is precisely matched to the sun’s position on the horizon. All of these characteristics are not the result of several shaders but rather of a single shader! A special thanks to SEUS PTGI for providing all of these incredible capabilities that can be used on any machine without the requirement for an RTX graphics card to run them.
- Although this shader pack is still in the early stages of development, the indicators are undeniable that it has the potential to transform your gaming experience. The PTGI version of SEUS Shaders is an experimental version of SEUS that contains a bespoke software implementation of ray tracing that was developed specifically for this project.
- Please keep in mind that low-end GPUs may continue to struggle with performance and that AMD compatibility is currently under development. Path Traced Global Illumination (PTGI) is the core element of this project, which also contains raw traced reflections and is abbreviated as PTGI.
SEUS PTGI HRR Version:
- SEUS PTGI HRR (Path Tracing Shaders – Ray Traced Shaders) is an incredible project to create a shader for Minecraft with ray tracing, it makes the game just incredibly realistic and very colorful, the game will have realistic dynamic shadows, direct sunlight, beautiful reflections, and generally physically correct light.
- Ray tracing allows you to physically correctly calculate the behavior of light in space, reflection from surfaces also gives its effects, which makes lighting extremely realistic and beautiful.
- Shaders are being actively developed, but a lot has already been implemented and the game looks just incredibly beautiful, although you will have to pay for such beauty with the power of your video card, and it needs a very productive one.
SEUS PTGI Shaders Pack Settings:
- OptiFine HD Ultra.
- Options > Video Settings > Details > Alternate Blocks: OFF.
- Options > Video Settings > Details > Trees: Fancy or Fast (Smart may break lighting).
- Options > Video Settings > Quality > Natural Textures: OFF.
- Options > Video Settings > Shaders > Shadow Quality: 1x.
- Options > Video Settings > Shaders > Old Lighting : DEFAULT.
- Resource packs with custom block models will probably cause lighting glitches.
How to install:
- Make sure you have already installed Minecraft Forge and Optifine HD.
- Locate the minecraft application folder.
- On windows open Run from the start menu, type %appdata% and click Run.
- On mac open finder, hold down ALT and click Go then Library in the top menu bar. Open the folder Application Support and look for Minecraft.
- Place the mod you have just downloaded (.zip file) into the .minecraft/shaderpacks/ folder.
- When you launch Minecraft and click the mods button you should now see the mod is installed.