Minema Mod 1.8/1.7.10

Minema Mod helps you to record jerk-free movies in Minecraft without affecting the speed of your computer work. It’s modification of the game timer that ensures a constant game time passed between each frame, disabling any synchronization with the actual time.

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How to use Minema Mod

  • To start and stop a recording session, simply press F4. The key can be configured in the key bindings menu. A “plop” sound indicates the start of a new recording session.
  • To capture a single frame with the current settings, press Ctrl + F4. This is basically the same as pressing F2 with some graphical enhanced, such as an increased entity rendering distance. It can also be used in combination with tiled rendering to render very large screenshots.
  • On default, audio is captured automatically after the recording session ended.
    Note: you must set your default recording device to self-recording for correct audio capture. In case it didn’t work correctly and you want to retry sound capture, press Shift + F4.

Recommended and Installation Minema Mod

  • Camera Studio – for smooth camera movements during recording.
  • Single Player Commands – for various configurations and commands.


  • Download Minema Mod then Run Minecraft Forge
  • Put downloaded zip file into your /.minecraft/mods folder. Do not unzip it. If you don’t have a mods folder, create one.


Optional patches for minecraft.jar. They fix memory leaks and “memory connection overburdened” warnings when starting massive TNT chain reactions.

It is highly recommended to also install a video encoder to heavily speed up recording and save disk space:

  • Windows: Download the latest x264.exe (32bit/64bit 8bit-depth) fromx264.nl and move it inside “bin” in your Minecraft directory.
  • MacOS X: Download the ffmpeg package for your MacOS X version fromffmpegmac.net, extract the zip and move the ffmpeg file inside “bin” in your Minecraft directory. Make sure that ffmpeg is flagged to allow execution (chmod +x ffmpeg).
  • Linux: For Debian and alike (Ubuntu, Mint, etc.), install the x264 package via “apt-get install x264″. For other distributions, you may need to compile it manually with the source code from videolan.org. 


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