Can anyone explain and give a little guidance on the Wyze SD card file system?
(As a Reddit forum says: Explain to me like I’m five.)
I have one Wyze V2 cam I use to monitor my cat’s and other animal activity at night.
My detection sensitivity is set to medium. Notifications are off.
I removed my nearly full 32GB memory today to view the activity. Apparently I had ~5000 triggered events. It took several minutes to download from a USB3 port. The Wyze files are 2? file levels deep and are separated again to tens of files that each have many video files in them. (Except for the many empty folders containing nothing.)
When downloading, you can’t just leave, because the process stops every time it finds a corrupted file and you manually must select “Skip”. There were about a dozen bad files on the 32GB sd card (I can live with that).
So, does anyone have a quick way of aggregating all of the video clips into one folder?
I wish the video clips were just recorded into one folder with date and time. That would be easy to sort. In the past, I recorded continuously and that provided a much better experience.
I admit that I am not adept at using the Windows10 file system (and I think it sucks).