@astrodavid Thank you very much once again for taking the time to help. It is greatly appreciated and you have been of great use to me.
I did know about the frame rate in the view menu, though I assume it is independent of the FPS specified during rendering, but somehow I had missed the full screen tours toggle. Also, thanks for the scaling thought, I’m new to 4k screens and had not noticed that windows scaled it automatically. That solved my output resolution issue.
Regarding the second monitor, I’m using a relatively new laptop and my 4k screen is a second monitor connected to it. I run WWT directly onto it every time. Do you suggest I make my laptop screen the primary to run everything, including the app, but not the dome which would be the only thing active on the 4K monitor? Considering that WWT renders the video frame by frame, I’m wondering how it would be advantageous?
Finally. I used Adobe premiere as you suggested and, though I couldn’t find a way to set the imported frames at 60 FPS, I did manage to set each imported image’s duration as 1 frame, which may have been what you suggested in the first place. Result: A nice 4K video of reasonable size as my first test.
Also, through all my hectic search for solutions, I completely forgot to mention that I really like the video you linked. Your selection of objects and areas of the sky to see was quite beautiful and I liked the way you used zooms in and out as well as how you superimposed images. A very enjoyable video to watch.
In the end, this pleasant discussion may not have resolved the hardware-specific issues I had, but it did solve my problem as you have converted me to tours that run without a controller at whatever pace I want. So another big thank you for your invaluable help.
It’s been a pleasure to get to know you a little. Cheers and a great day to you!