Since every one of the Wyze Cams saves SD video files in the same file tree format: 1 minute MP4 named as the minute # 0-59, saved in the hour folder 0-23, saved in the YYYYMMDD date folder, I can’t believe that Wyze would be willing to change their standard across all cams so that an external program can read them easier.
But, I think there are compilers that will read the Wyze File Tree format and stitch the clips together. I will have to dig for some references.
Thanks, @SlabSlayer … yeah, if there is such a compiler that would be great.
I understand the directory tree format and how it’s organized and if what you want is to see what happened at 3:32:45 AM yesterday morning then you can easily do that… but if you just want to see what happened and you don’t know when it happened, the current directory tree structure isn’t very useful.
I’ve gone through the exercise of moving all the clips into a single directory manually and then running them thru MP4Box to get one video that covered the whole night … let’s just say I wouldn’t want to do that for a living.