Minecraft import world

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Minecraft Worlds generated by other players can be downloaded by the player and opened in their copy of the game. This guide will show how to play the worlds in either Java or Bedrock.

Download a world[]


Be wary on what you download! Look for reputable sites such as the ones listed below and as always, DO NOT DOWNLOAD from sketchy sites! Also, you should always scan a map download using your antivirus.

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Before anything else, download your chosen world with a web browser.
Some reputable sites to download Minecraft worlds are:


Instructions on how to open the file into minecraft.


  • A file archiving program, like 7zip.
    • This is optional if you just change the extension to in Bedrock
  • A copy of the version you want to put the world in

Bedrock Specific Instructions (Android/Fire OS/iOS/Windows 10) (Recommended)[]

After you download a bedrock map, you should already have a file name with in it, like . It should also have a Minecraft icon in it. Just double click it and it will automatically open in Minecraft. You can easily rename bedrock .zip files to a .mcworld simply by changing the extension. is just a special file extension optimized for Minecraft Bedrock.

So, instructions are:

  • Change the extension to .mcworld if it isn't already.
  • Double click the file.

If it didn't automatically open, select Minecraft if asked. If it still doesn't work, follow the guide below.

Java & Bedrock Instructions[]

These instructions are compatible with both Java and Bedrock and will guide you to a step by step process of installing a world to Minecraft.

NOTE that you cannot open Bedrock worlds in Java and vice versa; you will need a converter to do that.


This is necessary if you have a compressed file.

  1. Extract the compressed file.
  2. If you see a file named , then you're good to go! Extract the zip/rar to a folder ()
    1. If you can only see a folder, open it. It might have the files. Extract that folder and rename it to a good name, like (

Importing into Minecraft[]

Once you extracted it to a folder, follow these steps:

  1. Open the default directory for Minecraft folder.
    1. On Java Edition, the name of the folder is . Below is a table showing the default directory for .minecraft.
OS Location
    1. On Bedrock Edition, the name of the folder is . Below is a table listing these:
Platform Location
Windows (including mobile)
Android and Fire OS For SD Card users:
For Internal Storage:
  1. Open the ‌[Java Edition only] or ‌[Bedrock Edition only] folder. You will notice all your worlds are here.
  2. Paste that folder into the mentioned folder.
  3. Open the new folder and check to make sure it has everything in it, all right under .
  4. Once they're all there, launch the game, and continue below.

Find the folder in Minecraft[]

Here's the hardest part: finding your new save in all your other saves.

  1. Once Minecraft opens, click "Singleplayer" or "Play"
  2. The name of the folder you copied will be the grayed out name under the world name (On Java).
  3. The new save is usually all the way at the bottom, but that's not always the case. You might need to do some hunting.
  4. Once you found it, load it up and have fun! You may have to back up the world if it was saved in a different version of Minecraft.

Alternate Instructions[]

If you found the above instructions confusing, here is a simpler explanation:

  1. Download the world file (usually in or ) format
    1. If it is bedrock map, rename to .mcworld, then open in Minecraft
      1. If this doesn't work, continue below
  2. Extract to a new folder (WORLD)
  3. Find the .minecraft or com.mojang folder
  4. Look for the or folder
  5. Copy-paste the (WORLD) to that folder
  6. Open up Minecraft and find it in your selection of saved worlds


  • On Windows, you can press to open the run dialog, then paste the Minecraft folder location in there.
  • You can also drag and drop folders to the saves folder, which might save you time from copy-pasting.
  • On Bedrock, you might see jumbled letters in the folder names like . This is normal, and you can always rename them for easy identification.
  • To access map datapacks or resource packs, you can access them by copying the contents inside the map to the main folders.
Sours: https://minecraft.fandom.com/wiki/Tutorials/Map_downloads

Importing and Exporting Your Worlds

We recommend frequent backups of your worlds. The best way to accomplish this is through export and import. This article will cover:

This is important to do not just periodically, but before you install or update your client.

Backing up your levels can help teachers measure daily progress, provide a way to “restore” a world damaged by error or mischief, or allow students to work on projects outside the classroom setting.


  1. From the Minecraft: Education Edition start screen, click “PLAY”
  2. Click "View My Worlds" to see all of your worlds
  3. Click on the world you want to export, and then click "Settings"
  4. Scroll down through the options on the right side of the menu, and then click “Export World” at the bottom of the list
  5. Save the world to your location of choice. The exported .mcworld file can be placed anywhere (network drive, USB, etc.) to provide maximum flexibility.


  1. From the Minecraft start screen, click “PLAY"
  2. Click the icon that reads "IMPORT" on the Play screen
  3. Find the .mcworld file and select it to import.

Additional Notes

  • Worlds from Bedrock can be renamed as .mcworld files at opened in M:EE. Worlds created in M:EE cannot be converted to Bedrock
  • No special characters or punctuation can be used in world titles if you want to export
  • If you open a world from a file picker on your device the world will automatically generate
  • As of the 1.12 release work done with the book and quill can be exported into a PDF

If you have any issues, or cannot locate your worlds via this method, please contact support or post a thread in the “Technical Support” area of the forums.



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How to upload Minecraft custom World to your server on Game Panel?

When youset up your first Minecraft server, it starts off with a freshly generated world. In case you already spent a lot of time building your own world and want to import it to your server, you can do that easily by following this procedure.

How to find your world?

Windows 10

  1. Press the Windows Key (Start)

  2. Type in %appdata% and press enter.

  3. Open the .minecraft folder and then enter the saves folder.

  4. Find your save and drag the folder to your desktop so you could find it easily.

  5. Rename the world so you can identify it later. You can use any name you'd like.

Mac OS

  1. Click on the Spotlight button in the menu bar, it looks like a magnifying glass. Or, use the Command+Space keyboard shortcut.

  2. Paste ~/Library/Application Support/minecraft into the search.

  3. Open the saves folder and drag the world to your desktop.

  4. Rename the world to something that you can remember for later.

How to upload your world?

In order to upload your world, firstly log in to your Game Panel, select your Instance, click on Manage:

Choose File Manager:

Once there delete the current world folder by using right-click and then Trash (Make sure that your server is stopped before doing this):

The next step is archiving or compressing your world folder so you could upload it:

Once that’s done, drag your world archived/compressed file from your desktop to the File Manager window:

Once your world zip file is uploaded, you'll need to extract it by using right-click and then Extract:

That’s it your world is now uploaded!

The last step you should take is to simply log in to your server and check to see if the map was changed correctly. If it's not changed still, make sure that your map name is using small letters only.


Sours: https://support.hostinger.com/en/articles/4966663-how-to-upload-minecraft-custom-world-to-your-server-on-game-panel

Add Worlds Windows & Mac

Learn to add Worlds to your "Windows" Minecraft.

Step 1. Download the World

Step 2. Navigate to your ".minecraft folder."

Option 1.

Click Start, type "Run"
Windows RUN program
Type "%appdata%
Window's Run window
Select ".minecraft"

Option 2.

Navigate to your "Downloads" Folder
Windows downloads folder
Click on the address bar and delete the text downloads up to the "\"
Editing the address bar in windows explorer
Copy in "AppData\Roaming\.minecraft\saves"
Finding the mods folder in the minecraft folder

Step 3. Copy the downloaded world to your "saves" folder.

Learn to add Worlds to your "Mac" Minecraft.

Step 1. Download the World

Step 2. Navigate to your ".minecraft folder."

Open Finder Window
In the top bar select Go -> Go to folder

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Type in "~/Library/Application Support/minecraft"

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Step 3. Copy the downloaded world to your "saves" folder.

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Sours: https://credc.mste.illinois.edu/minecraft/add-worlds

World minecraft import

If you want to fly through the subsurface and walk along the top of geological surfaces, then come and explore the Peace River Minecraft Transparent Model.

Two formats are available for download:

Playing Minecraft on an Android or iOS device? Click here.
Playing Minecraft on a PC or Mac? Click here.

What will I see in the Peace River Transparent Model ?

The Peace River Transparent Model is constructed using stained-glass Minecraft blocks so that you can more easily see the extent of the geological layers. Refer to the Navigating Tips below for information on how to move around and mine through the geological layers of this model.

Explore this Minecraft Model on an Android or iOS Mobile Device

System Requirements

You will need a licensed copy of Minecraft. Search for Minecraft on the App Store or Google Play Store on your mobile device to download.
Installation Instructions

1) Use your mobile device to download the .mcworld file. 

2a) Your device may automatically prompt you to open the .mcworld file in Minecraft once it has been downloaded.

2b) If you are not prompted automatically, manually open the .mcworld file (should appear in your downloads folder). This action should launch Minecraft. 3a) Once Minecraft opens, you should see a message "Level import started…". The message "Level import finished successfully" will appear when the world is ready to play. Note: the imported world will not necessarily appear at the top of your list of worlds. 3b) If the message "Level import failed" appears, try moving the .mcworld file into your Minecraft/games/com.mojang/minecraftWorlds folder and then retry manually opening the file.

To enhance visualization of the model, here are some adjustments that can be made to the video settings:
- From the main menu select "Settings" then "Video".
- Increase Brightness using the slider.
- Toggle off Beautiful Skies and Render Clouds.
- Increase the render distance to slightly less than the maximum distance that your device will support. 

Explore this model on a PC or Mac

System Requirements

You will need:
1) A licensed copy of Minecraft.
Don’t have Minecraft? You can download a copy here.
2) At least 3 GB of free disk space (to be able to download all 3 models)
3) 4 GB of RAM

Installation Instructions

1) Download the ZIP file containing the Minecraft model files to the Downloads folder on your computer.
2) Right click on the ZIP file in the Downloads folder and click "Extract All". Extract both the metadata and model folders to the Desktop (or another preferred location) using the Browse button.
3) Start up Minecraft using the desktop icon.
4) Click "Play" at the bottom of the window.
5) Once the Minecraft home screen has loaded, select "Options", then "Resource Packs".
6) Select "Open resource pack folder". A new window will appear. You will use this window to move the geological model world files into Minecraft.
7) Navigate to the folder where you extracted the Minecraft files, select the Minecraft model folder and, using your right mouse button, select Cut.
8) Click the back arrow and use the address bar to navigate to the ".minecraft" folder.
9) Open the "saves" folder.
10) Use the right mouse button to Paste the Minecraft model folder into the "saves" folder.
11) You can then close the window, select Done in the Select Resource Packs window, and Done in the Options window.
12) Start your Minecraft game and select the geological model world to play.

To enhance visualization of the model, here are some adjustments that can be made to the video settings:

- From the main menu click "Options" then "Video Settings".
- Change brightness slider to "Bright".
- Turn clouds setting to "Off".
- Increase the render distance to the maximum distance that your computer will support. We suggest starting with a value slightly less than the maximum.

Navigating Tips

To move around in the Minecraft models, you will need to use the following keys on your computer keyboard;
W - Move forward
A - Move left
S - Move backwards
D - Move right
Spacebar - Jump
If you press the spacebar twice quickly, you will be able to fly. To stop flying, simply press the spacebar quickly two times.

To descend while flying, press the left-shift key.

Legend of Rock Units

The Minecraft blocks in this model represents approximately 1250 m × 1250 m in the horizontal (X and Y) directions. The vertical exaggeration of this model has been set to 50 times, which means that each block represents approximately 25 m in the vertical (Z) direction.

Learn More

Peace River Geological Model

Virtual Reality (360-video) guided tour of the Peace River Minecraft Model

Investigation of Odours and Emissions from Heavy Oil and Bitumen in the Peace River Oil Sands Area: 3-D Geological Modelling and Petroleum Geochemistry

These Minecraft worlds were built by the Alberta Geological Survey for educational and outreach purposes. This is not an official Minecraft product and is not associated with Mojang

Sours: https://ags.aer.ca/activities/peace-river-minecraft-transparent-model
Importing and Exporting World Files in Minecraft: Education Edition

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