I have six Pan (18.104.22.168) and three v2 (22.214.171.124) cams. Wyze app (2.5.36) is running on my Samsung Galaxy S9 (Android 9).
Using the Wyze app event Download feature, I am attempting to download several event video clips from my various cameras, then transfer the downloaded clips from my S9 to a PC over USB cable. (for viewing on a larger display)
I have located downloaded clips in “Internal storage > Wyze > Camera > Video”. However, there are never more than 3 files. When I download a fourth clip, it always overwrites one of the first three.
I noticed the same… the latest 3 @ Internal storage > Wyze > Camera > Video
I think that storage area is a temp buffer or something along those lines. You can download as many videos as your local storage allows. The actual downloaded videos are stored as .mp4 files @ Internal storage > DCIM
Okay, I found video clip files in DCIM (why not in the Wyze directory?). However, these filenames do not included the MAC address. Filenames in directory Video or shared by email include EPOCH time and MAC address. Without the MAC address, there’s no way to know which camera took the clip without playing each one.
Naming each file with human readable Date-Time-CameraName would be more useful than EPOCH time with MAC address. Current naming is great for engineers, but not user friendly.