How to save, load and paste schematics with WorldEdit ?

How to save, load and paste schematics with WorldEdit ?
28 Sep 2021

In this tutorial, we will show you, simply, how to import, create and paste a schematic in Minecraft with WorldEdit (FastAsyncWorldEdit)!

To import heavy schematics. We urgently recommend FastAsyncWorldEdit.
For example, some schematics that we sell and offer on Mc-Setup are quite heavy and require FastAsyncWorldEdit.
Check out our Schematics (Factions Spawn, Skyblock Spawn, Hub, Lobby....)

WorldEdit stores schematics in the worldedit/schematics folder.

If the schematics folder doesn't exist, make a new folder named schematics in WorldEdit folder.

How to use a schematic file in Minecraft?

If you've downloaded or bough a Minecraft schematic file (on Mc-Setup for example :) -> Check out our schematics !) and want to load it into your Minecraft world, do the following:

  • Put the schematic file into your worldedit/schematics folder.
  • Load it in-game using the /schematic load filename command.
  • Stand where you want the schematic to appear, and run //paste.
  • If you've put it in the wrong place, you can use //undo and try again.

  • If you want to see all the available schematics, you can use the /schematic list command. This command also comes with a handy load button next to each schematic, which replaces the load command above.

    //schem load

    //schematic load

    How to make a schematic file in Minecraft?

    If you've built something in Minecraft and want to save it to a schematic file to share with friends or the internet, do the following:

  • Select the area you want to save, using WorldEdit's wand (a wooden axe, by default).
  • Use the //copy command.
  • Save it to the file with the /schematic save filename command.
  • Grab the schematic file that you made from the worldedit/schematics folder
  • //schem save

    //schematic save