flac -8 375-q E, -8 393-q S, -8 390flac -5 379-q E, -5 395-q S, -5 393
Personally on solo piano music, I skip lossyWAV (TAK on its [own] performs very well, approx 350 - 550 kbps).
The small FLAC blocksize is a requirement which originates from lossyWAV in order to make lossyWAV useful.
Quote from: halb27 on 09 May, 2013, 03:43:47 PMThe small FLAC blocksize is a requirement which originates from lossyWAV in order to make lossyWAV useful.It's needed to make lossyWAV more efficient, but it still works with a 4096-sample blocklength - and in these rare cases, works better.
On more thing - I seem to recall that TAK introduced features for improving lossyTAK compression by noticing when the bit-depth stayed the same for consecutive blocks of 512 and increasing the block size for those blocks adaptively, so TAK might not show the same 7% increase. TAK tends to compress a little bit more than FLAC anyway.(I may be misremembering - it was only from a glance through TAK changelogs or HA forum threads - I never tried it)