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Minecraft World Tutorials

  1. How to Change Your Server Worlds
  2. How to Change Your Server World Type
  3. How to Create, Delete or Swap Your Worlds
  4. How to Use Multiverse Core (Plugin)
  5. How to Upload Your Single Player Worlds to Server
  6. How to Convert a Minecraft World From Java to Bedrock or Bedrock to Java 1.17
  7. How to Install Geyser and Floodgate for a 1.17 Minecraft Cross Play Server

1. How to Change Your Server Worlds

Short and simple tutorial showing how you can change over worlds using a Minecraft server. It can be confusing at the start and it might look like you have lost worlds by changing the name. This is not the case and we can show you exactly where the files are stored and how you can access you Minecraft worlds on your server.

Using the in build FTP file access you can upload, edit or delete pretty much every file on your server. Just log in using your FTP information which is mostly filled out apart from your password. Once logged in then you will see all the file and world files you have saved.

Find the name of the world you want to play on and type that in exactly to the world option on your main multicraft control panel.

2. How to Change Your Server World Type

Changing server type is not as hard as it may seem. You might want to swap from Java to Bedrock or Bedrock to Java. On the other hand it might just a different version of Minecraft you want to play.

On your main multicraft dashboard you can change your server jar by selecting the one you want and saving the option.

If you were on a different jar then I suggest taking a back up of your world. Deleting the files on your server and then restarting it with the new jar saved from the main dashboard. The reason for this is incase some files get re created with the new jar and it mucks up the system a bit.

Alternatively you can simply delete the old jar and when you start the server back up with the new jar that will also work.

3. How to Create, Delete or Swap Your Worlds

Using your FTP file access you can easily find worlds, and delete them. Using the world option on the main multicraft dashboard you can choose to swap worlds by typing the name of the world in or create a new one by typing in a new world name and when starting the server it will create another world.

4. How to Use Multiverse Core (Plugin)

Multiverse core is a brilliant plugin as it enables you to be able to control multiple worlds in one server. By this I mean it is able to load multiple world files all at once to your server. This will enable you and your player to travel around all the worlds with easy and is similar to setting up a bungee server but with much less hassle.

Configuration and setup is very easy and is highly customizable. It has a number of free add ons and Multiverse portals is one of the good ones. Create portals anywhere to transport you between worlds or simply through the map. Another good add on in inventories as it will give you the choice of what worlds can share inventories.

5. How to Upload Your Single Player Worlds to Server

This is an important step if your moving from single player playing to servers or from a realm to a server. You are able to easily download your realm and transfer it over to a server in a few steps. Some people find transferring single player worlds to server easy, some struggle but following this guide you will be able to play your favourite single player work or realm world on a server.

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6. How to Convert a Minecraft World From Java to Bedrock or Bedrock to Java 1.17

We show how you can convert a Minecraft Java World into a Bedrock world and also how to Convert a Bedrock World into a Java world. Using one easy tool you can easily convert the Minecraft worlds so you can play your awesome spawns, survival worlds or whatever else you have been building on both Bedrock and Java Edition. After we convert the Minecraft Worlds we will also show how to add the files into a new folder in case you want to upload your single player world to your server. Please be aware that it wont move new blocks from 1.17 and up with the world in explore, your able to transfer old worlds too a 1.17 format but if you transfer a 1.17 world and above you will lose the new blocks during the transfer.

How to Convert a Minecraft World From Java to Bedrock or Bedrock to Java 1.17

We show how you can convert a Minecraft Java World into a Bedrock world and also how to Convert a Bedrock World into a Java world. Using one easy tool you can easily convert the Minecraft worlds so you can play your awesome spawns, survival worlds or whatever else you have been building on both Bedrock and Java Edition. After we convert the Minecraft Worlds we will also show how to add the files into a new folder in case you want to upload your single player world to your server. Please be aware that it wont move new blocks from 1.17 and up with the world in explore, your able to transfer old worlds too a 1.17 format but if you transfer a 1.17 world and above you will lose the new blocks during the transfer. Ill be using MCC Tools Chest for this and ill leave the link below.

MCC Tool Chest Download link.

How to Install Geyser and Floodgate for a 1.17 Minecraft Cross Play Server

How to create a Java server that lets Bedrock clients connect. This is for the current latest version of 1.17 for both Java and Bedrock. Connect with easy with either edition of Minecraft on one server and enjoy surviving together on the newest update (currently) The video will still work with more updated version as the newest jar of the plugin will always be listed at the top of GeyserMC.

For a written guide click here,

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