GLSL Shaders Mod – 1.19.2, 1.18.2 – Change Appearance of Minecraft World

Author: LadyLeska
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The GLSL Shaders mod (1.19.2, 1.18.2) adds shaders and multiple draw buffers to Minecraft. It also adds shadow map, normal map and specular maps. These can be used for changing the appearance of Minecraft’s world. It depends on the shaderpack selected and user settings.

Although there are few mods that are truly unique, even those that are can be overpowered by other mods. Few mods will be resentful by all players/users of minecraft forever. However, the mod will grow in player and feature popularity. The GLSL Shaders Minecraft mod is not only one of the most innovative, extraordinary, and unique mods ever created, but it’s also a long-awaited, fully developed and well-constructed mod that adds stunning shading and animations to Minecraft. This mod was created by an extremely unique creator and implements a beautiful shader into Minecraft. The shader creates a new type of lighting in the game. It first increases the default brightness and then darkens the Shadows to create a stunning effect.

The GLSL Shaders mod requires a lot of GPU power and a good computer to run. This mod is best used with caution. The entire process of using this mod will consume a lot of Frame-Rate per Second (FPS).


  • Support connected resource (texture) packs.
  • Support multiple composite programs (compostire1, composite2, composite3).
  • Shader packs such Sonic Ether’s Unbelievable Shaders, CUDA Shaders, Waving Plants Shaders, RudoPlays Shaders, Chocapic13 Shaders, Bump Shadow waving are supported.
  • Minecraft Forge and OptiFine compatibility.
  • Easy installation without any hassle.
  • New variables sent from java code to shaders.
  • Shaders can select draw buffers to write to.
  • More depth buffers and shadow depth buffers.



  • This mod requires recent and fast graphic card with NVIDIA or AMD GPU.
  • Intel HD Graphics drivers *.3412 to *.3621 do not work and will crash.
  • Intel HD Graphics driver can run without crash but it is still slow.
  • Graphics effects do not come out of nowhere. They require computing power of both CPU and GPU.
  • Some shaderpacks render around 10 times slower than vanilla Minecraft.
  • You can expect low frame rate if your computer cannot get more than 200 FPS from vanilla Minecraft.

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