This article will explain what Replay Mod settings you can find in the mods menu and recorded replay list.
- Press your right-shift control, and in the mod slideout search for "Replay". Click on the toggle button, then click on "Replay" to open the Replay Mod settings.
- The menu gives you various customizable settings like:
- Change the recording icon color.
- Auto Record as you join a server/world/realm.
- Show the recording icon (it will only show up on your screen).
- Remember players that you hide (more on this later).
- Don’t show dialogue of video rendering (please confirm this is right).
- Hide/Show name tags (e.g., players' names).
- You can also change the hotkeys to start/stop a recording in the menu.
How to start the Replay Mod recording?
To start the recording, you need to press your "Start/Stop recording" key.
After you have recorded everything you wanted and now want to edit your video, all you have to do is go into the start page of the game and click on "Replay Viewer".
You will see a list of your replay files. If you have more than one replay file, they will be sorted from the newest to the oldest recorded replay.
You will see the following information about each file:
- File (replay video) length.
- Time and day of the creation.
- The Minecraft version.
- Name of the file, which you can find in the "replay_recordings" folder, located in your Minecraft directory. Exact locations of the Replay Mod folders can be found below.
- You can change your files' names by clicking on the "Rename" button, and you can delete your files by clicking on the "Delete" button.
- To load a replay file, select it from the list and click the load button (or double-click on the file).
- Replay recordings are saved in %appdata%\.minecraft\replay_recordings (Windows)
Application Support/minecraft/replay_recordings (macOS)
- Rendered replay videos are saved in %appdata%\.minecraft\replay_videos folder (Windows)
Application Support/minecraft/replay_videos (macOS)