In the future will there be way to set time lapse daily instead of each day separately? I would also like to see weekends set separately from weekdays if possible. Programming time lapse one day at a time is really painful, and with computers, unnecessary. I hope these are helpful suggestions. You don’t have to give me credit.
Wish there was a way to schedule daily time lapses on Wyze. Like 9-to-5 or sunrise to sunset.
As an alternative, add alexa/google home skill or IFTTT applet that would allow to start/stop time lapse.
Ideally it should be able to delete old files when running out of space.
I knew the camera had time-lapse capabilities, but I wish I had tested it before I bought more cameras. I was specifically looking for a dedicated camera doing daily time-lapse recordings. To me, a “recurring” feature is basic to time-lapse! Please?!
Hi there, this is the first time I’ve ever tried to post to any forum anywhere. Not sure how it works, but here I go.
I also would like this feature to allow scheduling time lapse videos.
Additionally, for reasons I don’t understand, in order to download the time lapse videos you need to be on the same local network. What is the reason for that? Because I have a bunch of these cameras and they’re not all on my local network and are as far as 100 miles away from my home. Unless I get a VPN so that all the various local networks are on the same virtual network I can’t download any time lapse videos unless I make a couple hour trip.
Too new to post a new topic. I had a conversation with Matthew in customer support about some Time Lapse related bugs and did a bit of a brain dump on how to make the time lapse feature truly amazing (IMO).
Now, fixing time-lapse to open up the Wyze to a fairly interesting market; construction time lapses, both hobby bench and of the “build a house” variety.
It is really close. And at $20/camera, Wyze has the potential of selling a ton of cameras where folks would normally only buy one or two.
add ability to schedule time-lapse between N and M hours; i.e. 8:30am to 5:30pm. Ideally, add sunrise/sunset triggers with +/- N minutes before sunrise/sunset.
fix the 1 month limit (adjusting the valid time window based on the seconds-between-frames would be fine)
(for bench projects) add a “pause time-lapse” and “continue time-lapse” feature. Possibly add make time-lapse triggered by motion detection. I.e. I can set up my workbench to have a project area with a couple of Wyze cameras aimed at it. When I start mucking about in the project area, the Wyze automatically continue the time-lapse. After N minutes of no activity, they stop. This needs to be toggle-able.
(super cool bench project added feature) add a QR code or something that you can “show” to the camera to start/stop the time-lapse and add “marks” to the time-lapse video, possibly.
I second this request. I use my WyzeCam to record (almost) every sunset (see an example here: http://youtu.be/KG9olF4bBvY), and it would be very helpful to be able to schedule it to automatically record every day.
HI I’m new to this and maybe you have already asked this question or have a solution, I would like to turn off motion alerts at scheduled times and have them resume at a later time i.e., scheduled recordings during the night, turn off as I am preparing to leave for work, and resume motion alerts after I am gone to work.
Example: 12:00 AM - 6:00 AM and 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM. research says that most break-ins occur between 10 - 3:30 when people are at work not only at night.
Another vote for this from me - would be a great addition. I use it to review if there were any problems with out old dogs overnight. Would be great to either schedule recurringly in the app or even if the time-lapse parameters were available via IFTTT.
I would like to schedule repeated timelapse recordings, such as 8am to 5pm on weekdays. Perhaps could be done as a shortcut.
Having to login to the camera everyday to schedule a new one is a bit tedious.
Nice job on the sunset video!
I am in San Diego and face east over a valley. I wanted to set a recurring time lapse to film the spectacular sun rises!
How long is your time window and how many seconds between shots?