My library statistics:Total length: 1wk 6d 17:58:27.381Sample rate: 44100 Hz (89.8%); 48000 Hz (9.6%); 96000 Hz (0.3%); 88200 Hz (0.2%)Channels: Stereo (97.4%); Mono (2.6%)Bits per sample: 16-bit (98.6%); 24-bit (1.4%)The reencoded size is: 28.6GB
Under thirty gigabytes for two weeks of music? Sure you did not mean "128.6"? What is the material?
So you saved around 1.1 percent of the encoded size, which would be around 0.7 percentage points of the unencoded since it is pretty much CDDA on average. So How much is 0.7? You can look at these charts: https://xiph.org/flac/comparison.html , bottomhttps://postimg.org/image/70wmq65nz/ The latter was done on more rock-focused music: https://hydrogenaud.io/index.php/topic,97310.0.html
Not to mention the sheer amount of time he/she spent on that endeavour.