It was quite an exciting experience for Minecraft fans on Windows 10 PC as the recently released Better Together Update made the debut with an aim to unify the console, mobile and Windows 10 PC versions of the game. This includes cross-platform play, infinite worlds, the Community Marketplace, and servers as well.
For Windows 10 PC players, integration with Paint 3D and Remix3D.com makes it easy to export and share 3D creations and inspire others.
In this tutorial, we will look at how to create your very own 3D content in Windows.
Opening a new or an existing creative world.
Enter creative mode by opening the in-game menu, enabling cheats, and changing your Personal game mode to Creative. Also, change the Trust Player Permissions dropdown to Operator. This will allow you to use cheats, which are needed to enable the new Structure Block in-game.
Start building the object you’d like to export from Minecraft
Give your in-game player a Structure Block
Give your in-game player a Structure Block by pressing “/” and typing the following command: “/give @p structure_block” (without the quotation marks).
Now place the Structure Block on the ground near the creation you would like to export by holding the Structure Block in your characters hand, and right-clicking on the ground near your creation.
Fill in the bounding coordinates for your creation.
Right-click on the Structure Block, and fill in the X, Y, and Z coordinates for both the “Size” and “Offset”. Then enter a name for your creation, and select 3D Export.