Are there, besides tagging, other advantages I have missed?
It must be some flac with all kinds of format specific features disabled.
A question, though, for anyone who knows....When encoding with no compression, as with:--disable-constant-subframes --disable-fixed-subframes --max-lpc-order=0Would the FLAC file have a lot fewer frames, or even just a single audio frame?
Quote from: Wombat on 30 November, 2011, 03:45:06 PMIt must be some flac with all kinds of format specific features disabled.Pretty sure it's the same as encoding using flac.exe with the options that I listed above.
These speeds may be already the maximum your systems I/O system can handle so you won´t measure much differences. Here on my machine with FlacCL the only limiting factor is some memory and SSD limitations.
Probably a useful thing if you want to rip a lot of DTS CDs on a computer with an old and slow CPU?
Quote from: Porcus on 30 November, 2011, 04:55:13 PMProbably a useful thing if you want to rip a lot of DTS CDs on a computer with an old and slow CPU?From the valid point by Wombat I assume that this could only be true if you are not I/O limited on your system.