Oceanic Shader is a shader that enhances Minecraft’s original graphics by adding the realism and aesthetics atmosphere. This shader was created & targeted for potato device users so that it can be widely used by the community from low devices to even high end devices!
You can easily change the look of the Minecraft PE world with textures and shaders. Textures only slightly change the look of the content, and shaders make it as realistic as possible.
Ever wanted your items to emit coloured lighting when you hold them while using Ray Tracing? Dynamic Lighting RTX enables that feature and adds much more as well! Each item emits a different colour and brightnesss of light. This addon even adds craftable offhand torches in order to enhance your gameplay!
This is not quite a shader (Since version 1.18.3 in Minecraft Bedrock edition, shaders are no longer supported), but in any case, this texture pack transforms the graphics in the game well, you will definitely like it. This texture pack adds more beautiful fog, realistic sky, beautiful more transparent water, and waving grass, leaves, flowers and plants.
Recently I released a shader in which some people may describe an amazing work but mojang released renderdragon which made shaders completely useless,Well this shader completely made everything possible with the help of a little imagination and hardwork.This shader is Cookie Shader Renderdragon Support or CSRS
Credit: Of Shader By: VeteranDev [No Renderdragon support] An aesthetic shader pack for Minecraft PE. This Shader focuses on improving the existing vanilla shader to look more aesthetic and realistic without ruining the existing gameplay or sacrificing much performance. [Discontinued] [Does not work for MCPE 1.18.30 and above] MCPE 1.18.30+ and MCBE Win10/Xbox are not …
By TheDoubleAP TDPE Shaders is a Shader pack for Minecraft PE that aims at making the graphics of the game more realistic and beautiful. This shader improves numerous graphical aspects of the game, but if you don’t like any of the features, you can turn them off using shader settings. This shader may not work …