Check out this guide about the shader pack Exposa Shaders in Minecraft 2021! Know its details, how to download & install, settings, requirements, & version compatibility!!!
Table of Contents
Exposa Shaders - Shader Overview
Great Low-Power Shaders
Exposa Unique shaders was designed to improve Minecraft's appearance without heavily taxing your system. It runs exceptionally well on most systems and can even be run by low-end computers.
Compatible Operating Systems
Compatible Graphics Cards
Exposa Shaders And Vanilla
Differences Inside the Game
|Shader Enabled||Shader Disabled|
Updates & Compatibility
Update History & Changelogs
February 6, 2021
I have made a deep mistake when I forgot to replace the waving code of renewed, and I want to deeply apologize to Sonic Ether for using the code. I do not know what I did with Exposa in 2019/2020, because I took long breaks that made me forget some stuff, but I now replaced the waving code with kind of my own simple wave code. I am very sorry to do this but that means I also have to delete/archive all the other files.
How To Install Exposa Shaders
Mod Download Links
(!) Install the version required by the mod
Steps To Install
|1||Download Optifine 1.16.4|
>> OptiFine Official Download Site
|2||Install Exposa Shaders on CurseForge. Select the latest version|
>> Download from CurseForge
|3||Run the Forge Java file|
*there is no need to change the install directory if you used the default directory to install Minecraft
|4||Transfer the mod .jar files to your Minecraft's mod folder|
>> Know how to access it here
|5||Run "Minecraft Launcher"|
|6||Select the Forge version that you want to play on. In this case, select "OptiFine1.16.4"|
|7||Press "Play" to run Minecraft with the mod|
Most Shaders Require OptiFine
For most Minecraft shaders to run, you need to have OptiFine installed with your Minecraft. Make sure to read the requirements and other mods required before you install a shader.How To Install Optifine & Shaders
Other Similar Mods
Shaders Similar To Exposa Shaders
Beyond Belief Shaders
Video from AJ B!!!
|Compatible Minecraft||Minecraft Java|
The base file of Beyond Belief Shaders, also known as Bbepc/BBL, was created on Aug 2015 by "Daniel Rodriguez Moya". The author of the base shader has permitted user "unicornblood2468" to update the shader for everyone to enjoy.