Saw a documentary last night about a Japanese cat who sat on a mountaintop and observed an overhanging thunderstorm in progress, then descended, described and drew what he had observed, sent it to an established academic researcher in Chicago whose work resonated with his, was offered a job, and began his long career. One obsessive dude. Persistent. Thick skinned. Stubborn. “Mr. Tornado” he came to be called. Quite the guy.
Maybe the Wyze guys don’t have the time/resource luxury to sit on that mountaintop and observe. Maybe some of these problems can’t be solved without it?
One of his career-high discoveries was that sometimes a tornado harbored mutltiple sub-tornadoes under its skirts. Someone please PM me an emoji for that image.
Hey, @sodcam, you’re platform ambidextrous, yeah? Is the screen-capture-movie utility @gyzmo used a native part of iOS? And can you recommend a good/trusted third party app on Android to achieve the same result?
Separately, any Wyze-uncaptured rubble showing up on the estate lately?
You may laugh at the name, but the one I use is “Screen Recorder – No Ads” - simple, free, not annoying, and does what I’ve needed so far. Actually, I tend to give this type of developer more money (on their very unobtrusive support link) just because it’s so pleasant to use a product that doesn’t nag you.
For iDevices, @gyzmo is exactly correct - it’s built in - to iOS 11 and later I believe…
And so far, good luck observing and gravel arrivals! I switched a whole bunch of things and now things seem to be working better, but I haven’t pinned down exactly what did it. Un-grouping a few of the cams seemed to make all of them work better ?!?