Think of your brain. It has a short term, medium term and long term memory. Just like the Waylens camera. Let us explain:
Our camera has a very innovative way to handle video and data. Let's say you opt for a 128GB MicroSD card. What the Waylens camera does is reserve the first half of the storage (64GB) to record absolutely every second of video on the road. (This is the cameras short term memory).
Users can open the mobile app and see "suggested" moments that the camera thinks was interesting. Maybe you brake very fast for some reason. Our algorithms would realize you don't normally brake that quickly and would suggest that moment to you when you next open the app. Maybe you accelerate quickly, get into an accident or go up an extremely steep hill. All of these would be pre-edited for you in the app.
After the short term memory fills up, hopefully after several weeks for the average driver, we start to make assumptions. We assume that if you haven't shared, edited or saved a clip manually, that the footage couldn't have been that important in the first place and we simply let it fade off into the metaphorical sunset as your camera fills up.
The second half of the Waylens memory is reserved for medium and long term footage. Medium term would be only moments that our algorithm flags as interesting. But again, if you don't do anything with those moments over time, they will simply overwrite with newer clips.
The long term storage is when the camera behaves like a traditional action cam. If you manually bookmark a section of footage using the button, share a moment, save a moment, (or do any number of other reserved actions in the mobile app) that moment is moved to long term memory and will stay there until you delete it or archive it elsewhere.