with NBTedit, you could edit every file in the NBT format. But there are no other projects which are using this, yet. Most of you will probably use NBTedit to cheat items in /indev/.
Made by copyboy. Posted here with his permission.
With NBTedit, you could edit every file in the NBT format (see specs here). But afaik there are no other projects which are using this, yet. Most of you will probably use NBTedit to cheat items in /indev/.
You can simply edit bytes, shorts, ints, longs, floats, doubles and strings. Byte arrays must be exported and imported to edit them (I couldn't think of an easy solution). You can add, rename and delete Tags as well as search for a specific name or value.
Made with SharpDevelop (C#) and compiled for the .NET Framework 2.0.
The current version is 0.9.7.
Tutorial: Thanks Snake! View post.
How to run in Linux (using wine): Thanks Peerko! View post.
Block IDs: Copy.bplaced.net
Item IDs: Copy.bplaced.net
(If those don't work, use this post instead.)
Note: This is not a map editor.
View and edit all popular sources of NBT files, including Minecraft game data. Find in-game structures, add items and enchantments, alter game rules, modify the world's name, the players' game mode, health, position, and other parameters. Work with Standard NBT files, schematic files, uncompressed NBT files, Minecraft region files and anvil files, and Cubic Chunks region files.
You can download NBTExplorer 2.8.0 from our software library for free. This free software was originally designed by Justin Aquadro. This free PC software can be installed on Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10 environment, 32-bit version.
This download was scanned by our built-in antivirus and was rated as safe. The default filename for the program's installer is NBTExplorer.exe. The following versions: 2.7 and 2.6 are the most frequently downloaded ones by the program users. The program lies within Games, more precisely Utilities.
From the developer:
NBTExplorer is a low-level graphical NBT data editor originally based on NBTedit.
NBTExplorer can read: standard NBT files (e.g. level.dat); schematic files; uncompressed NBT files (e.g. idcounts.dat); minecraft region files (*.mcr); minecraft anvil files (*.mca); cubic Chunks region files.
You may want to check out more software, such as SwiftKit, EVEMon or Snes9x, which might be related to NBTExplorer.
In-Game NBTEdit Mod for Minecraft 1.7.2/1.6.4/1.6.2
The In Game NBTEdit Mod for Minecraft introduces the ability to edit entity tags without requiring the player to leave the game and is done so swiftly and simply. The interface of this mod is very user friendly. The player can allow a horde of zombies to use weapons, as well as grant creepers immortality.
Using this mod, the player just approaches a placed/spawned mob/object, look at it, and type a command in the NBTEdit text console in order to modify the entity.The In Game NBTEdit Mod for Minecraft by Davidee (code) and Pyro1997 (textures)allows you to edit any regular and tile entities by directly modifying the named binary tag values from a menu accessible with an in-game command. This mod is useable in both single player and on multiplayer servers.
Extreme Monster Makeover
View and edit every facet of an entity by selecting the values from a color-coded tiered menu with collapsable sub-sections. All you have to do is enter /nbtedit while looking at the entity to modify.
Tag names and values such as CanPickUpLoot, Health, Age, CustomName, and ActiveEffects are displayed. Each specific monster class also displays its own unique variables such as a Creeper’s fuse time and explosion radius.
Reinventing The Inventory
Editing tile entities works exactly the same as regular entities but with different values to work with. Entity and tile types and modifications possible include:
- A fireball’s explosion power
- An item’s owner
- A mine cart’s force along the X and Z axes
- A TNT’s fuse
- An armor stand’s pose
- A furnace’s fuel
- Whether or not an item is affected by gravity
As the name implies, one of the biggest advantages of using the In Game NBTEdit Mod is making all the modifications without having to exit the game first. Fortunately only operators can use the command, meaning not just anyone can come onto your server and start changing things.
Downloads for In-Game NBTEdit Mod 1.7.2, 1.6.4, 1.6.2
Download In-Game NBTEdit Mod for Minecraft 1.7.2
Download In-Game NBTEdit Mod for Minecraft 1.6.4
Download In-Game NBTEdit Mod for Minecraft 1.6.2
Download In-Game NBTEdit Mod for Minecraft 1.5.2