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MCC tool chest is a program I used to convert my bedrock edition world to Java edition.

After I played a while, I realized that only the amount I discovered in my bedrock world renders in and the rest is a bunch of messed-up glitched blocks.

It is a survival world, so I want to keep exploring.

My two final questions are: Is it possible to make the whole bedrock world go into Java edition? Is it possible to make the world render in properly in Java?

Thank you for your time.

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    Are you sure "rest is a bunch of messed-up glitched blocks" as opposed to their being a one-time cliff at the boundraies and then more working terrain on the other side? – pppery Apr 23 at 23:13
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    That did not happen in this world. Are you sure that the generation is normal after a wall? For me, it didn't seem that normal... I'll have to double-check. Thank you for a tip though. – EpicJoseph Apr 23 at 23:26
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    Yeah, this is caused by Java generating new chunks on a completely different seed to the bedrock world. Those chunks shouldn't be glitched out at all, though. – Corsaka Apr 24 at 13:22
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    Okay thank you. – EpicJoseph Apr 24 at 14:00
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Bedrock and Java edition has different chunk generation, so you could find something like this: enter image description here After you cross "border of your bedrock world" generation will be normal, but for java edition - it can't generate your old bedrock anymore, even with same seed.
There is a small chance, that you put your world somehow to amplified version, but unlikely. It would look like this and this.

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