You might google “Dafang hack”, that will give you very solid RTSP without the notorious unreliability of Wyze firmware. It also removes your cameras from the Wyze cloud, greatly enhancing your privacy and security. Open source > proprietary any day.
Good call. All my outside cams are wired, it is just plain silly to consider a WiFi camera a “security” camera, especially Wyze cameras, given the fact that they do not support protected management frames, and with the widespread availability of deauth software for mobile phones and hardware gadgets. Google deauth watches. You can build a cheap, tiny deauth attack device with a $2 8266 chip. It staggers the imagination that people are dumb enough to rely on these things.
For $20, the Dafang hack makes them great for cheap indoor cat cameras or cams that let you monitor plants on a patio or generally monitor your home. But this delusion that they have any reasonable security application is a little scary.