@StopICU33 can we please have some info on this from Wyze team?
<On a side note, but relevant, a while back I questioned the use the PNG files and asked can’t the snapshots be saved in JPG format? I take a snapshot or two daily from the camera, and if I want to date it, on a JPG file I can pull the info from EXIF data and batch rename.
What I see though now that I checked the JPG files, is that the JPG files saved do NOT have this info in EXIF “date taken”…
With PNG (although it seems to support EXIF data from what I read) the files do not have this but rather use EPOCH time naming convention (who does this?) - well the JPG files still use this naming convention - which is a pain, but I finally managed to convert to the file name I wanted and batch rename with EXIFTOOL.
BTW I’m batch renaming to yyyy.mm.dd.hh.mm.ss-etc.ext
I would agree that Wyze does not have serious software testing in place, some things may be done haphazard and yes, likely common functions are implemented but with very a poor testing process. This is a perfect example, but also the RTSP implementation, both which I find sloppy.
I would like to know why the resolution is 1080 x 607 if my phone is in portrait mode, and 2073 x 1080 when in landscape mode. I have a Pixel 3a, if that makes a difference and find this inconsistency a very very poorly thought decision on Wyze dev team part.