Anyone who has created 360-degree videos himself and filmed them with a moving handheld camera will find out that the material cannot be corrected with a conventional stabilizer in post-production. Cyberlink jumps into this gap and today presents a special plugin for image stabilization of 360 degree videos.
Interestingly, the plugin does not run with the in-house editing programs. Instead, only Adobe After Effects CC and Premiere Pro CC are supported as host applications. And only the Windows versions from CC 2017 onwards.
The adjustment parameters seem to be very easy to use, which is why even beginners should be able to achieve stabilized results quickly. Professionals probably wouldn't dare to film 360 degree shots by hand anyway. An introductory video explains the operation:
The VR Stabilizer plug-in for Adobe Premiere Pro and After Effects CC 2017 is available now for 200 euros.