This is the difficult thing with battery cams. People stick them where they want and expect them to just work. To get battery life the cams have to make a ton of choices that make them difficult to use without understanding them. And there is nothing to explain the tricks to get the most out of them … and every install is different.
This is why screenshots help. That first pic above show an extreme camera down angle… little size to side motion to help the PIR sensor trigger early … and very limited time for the camera to wake up and figure things out. ( from the car to doormat is a 2 second walk )
This is why battery doorbell cam owners struggle so much… people walk straight up the walk to the cam ( no side to side ) … by the time the PIR triggers late and the camera slowly wakes up out of hibernation… the camera will catch the back of the package thief 20 ft away. ( or not at all )
Knowledge and trial and error testing will give you the best results. They need a good video training course for these things. Set it and forget it rarely works for a new owner. 10 months with mine and I’m still tweaking them.