Edit the raw saved data of your worlds in NBT format.
The NBT Editor features a revamped user interface with speed and ease-of-use at the forefront of every design decision. Every convention was reconsidered from the ground up, setting the new standard for NBT editing entirely.
The Universal Minecraft Tool's NBT Editor is the first of it's kind to include undo and redo capabilities. Finally, you can undo any mistakes during editing. This is a must-have feature that you won't be able to live without after trying.
In 2014, Pryze Software introduced the copying and pasting of raw NBT tags through simple codes that save to your clipboard. This enabled the community to easily share NBT tags online.
The Universal Minecraft Tool's NBT Editor takes it a step futher by allowing the copying of multiple tags at once even if they don't share the same parent tag.
For the first time ever, the community can now develop extensions that change the look of NBT tags within the editor. The extensions can process the NBT data you're viewing and style them to add useful hints and information to allowing for much easier editing.
For those looking to get advanced with their NBT editing, take advantage of the new built-in hex editor. Edit the raw binary data stored within array tag types without downloading any other software.
There are so many more amazing features still in development that will expand the capabilities of the NBT Editor. Keep an eye out for these additions, you won't be disappointed!
New and improved chunk locator!
Action extensions (formerly known as 'quick-mods')
Visual map item editor
Player skin/name fetching