Blur Mod (1.20.5 – 1.19.4) to fade distraction from inventory background.


Blur Mod (1.20.5 – 1.19.4) for Minecraft. Video Gamer from all around the world hates one and only thing, which is called distraction. In addition to that, the only key to enhance performance is to concentrate. Similarly, Minecrafters are in search to boost their performance and they really love to find any mod which can help in that regard.

Blur mod default

Blur mod strong

blur mod ultra strong

blur mod ultra lite

Moreover, this time it is not just a tool, it is magic. This magical creation will allow you to fade the distraction from behind the inventory. Most of the times when you open the inventory, you tend to forget what was the purpose for that. But now you can easily focus on the things you want to do, while you are crafting. There are various config features that are mentioned below.

Blur Essentials in the Configuration:

Radius: It shows the type of blur and determines how much blur is needed. It provides an option to increase or decrease fading.

FadeTime: As its name suggests that it controls fading time which is calibrated in milliseconds.

GradientStart/EndColor: It is a bit tricky because The value here is a hexadecimal color value, in the format ARGB (alpha first, then RGB). Because the background is a gradient, two colors can be specified. The default is black with a 45% alpha value (75000000).

GuiExclusions: Basically it excludes the features from the blur shaders. For example, if you do not need your chat to blur then you can add in that exclusion. Similarly, there are various exclusions.

Blur mod config

blur mod radius setting

How to Install Blur Mod

To get the mod working first you need to install Minecraft Forge, and make sure it matches your game version.
Tip: Forge is an API that lets you run multiple Minecraft mods simultaneously without compatibility issues
After installing Forge, download and save the mod .jar file to your computer.
Now you need to open the Minecraft installation directory.
To do that, Open the Minecraft launcher, click “Edit profile” and then click “open game dir” from the bottom.
Now open the “mods” folder, if you don’t find it, create one.
Drop the mod JAR file into the mods directory. Do not try to extract or unzip it.
Launch Minecraft using the Forge profile. The installation will automatically continue.

Blur Mod (1.20.5 – 1.19.4) Download

For Minecraft 1.19.4

Release Date: 25th Mar, 2022 (Fabric)
Version  3.0.0 (Fabric)
File Size: 171.07 KB (Fabric)
Supported version: Minecraft 1.19.4 (Fabric)
Author: tterrag1098
Download (Direct):  Blur Mod 1.19.4.jar

For Minecraft 1.18.2

Release Date: 4th December, 2021
Version  2.4.1
File Size: 160.15 KB
Supported version: Minecraft 1.18.2
Author: tterrag1098
Download (Direct):  Blur Mod 1.18.2.jar

For Minecraft 1.17

Release Date: 5th March, 2021
Version  2.1.0-1
File Size: 112.48 KB
Supported version: Minecraft 1.17
Author: tterrag1098
Download (Direct):  Blur Mod 1.17.jar

For Minecraft 1.16.5

Release Date: 11th April, 2021
Version  1.1.0-1
File Size: 358.14 KB
Supported version: Minecraft 1.16.5
Author: tterrag1098
Download (Direct):  Blur Mod 1.16.5.jar

For Minecraft 1.15.2

Release Date: 9th March, 2020
Version  1.1.0-1
File Size: 358.02 KB
Supported version: Minecraft 1.15.2
Author: tterrag1098
Download (Direct): BlurMod.jar

For Minecraft 1.14.4

Release Date: 9th March, 2020
Version  1.1.0-1
File Size: 358.02 KB
Supported version: Minecraft 1.14.4
Author: tterrag1098
Download (Direct):  BlurMod.jar

For Minecraft 1.12.2

Release Date: 6th August, 2017
Version  1.0.4
File Size: 15.77 KB
Supported version: Minecraft 1.12.2
Author: tterrag1098
Download (Direct):  BlurMod.jar

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Melissa Carlson, is an avid Minecraft player and content writer. She's working on Minecraft for the past 8 years and wanted to share the news related to this game. She always wants to produce content related to Minecraft which can help players and developers. She wrote several articles related to Fabric API, Optifine, Xray Mod, Voxelmap, Xaeroes minimap, and OptifForge Mod. She gained popularity in the Minecraft community through her work and now she's considered as a respectable member.

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