So I’m trying to determine the limits on Timelapse with the latest and greatest Wyze (LGW) offerings.
The V3 is GREAT, but as expected there are limitations.
One of my focuses is “timelapse” on cameras that are hard to get to.
With the V2’s about the largest timelapse I could reliably create and download was about 800 meg.
With the LGW l seem to have found the same.
However I have created one .h264 file of 1.6Gb that was about a 12 hour timelapse w/ 3 second lapses on SD. But the Wyze software bombed out after creating the 1.6 Gb .h264 file on my device and did not create the .mp4
I’ve yet to find a player for the .h264 file but based on past experience there should be one out there.
Can ANYONE tell me how the the time lapse process is SUPPOSED to work and what the limitations are? I know they create 1 minute files at the camera and the wyze software transfers transfers those to the device and creates an ,h264 file which is copied to an .mp4 file.
But what are the limitations and why?
/edit - I just created a 7 hour timelapse 3 sec frame spacing and it created a 0.96 GB .mp4 file successfully (and a .96GB .h264 file), Next try is another 12 hour file.
I also upgrade the software to 188.8.131.52.