If you have recently acquired a 360° video camera, you will need plugins and tutorials that help you work with it in your video editing software.
Overexposed Photography of Australia are making a series of videos on how to work with footage shot with Samsung Gear 360 footage in Final Cut Pro X. The tutorial applies to other 360° cameras too. The second shows how to use two free tools to make 360° videos:
The first tool is 360VR Viewer from Dashwood Cinema Solutions and is available from FxFactory. The second tool is a free Final Cut Pro X plugin that offsets video to the left or right, which lets you determine the direction of view for each shot. For example, if your viewers are looking at a closed door in an outgoing shot, you can align the angle of the incoming shot that shows a journey down a corridor.
Also for Premiere
Although this video shows the workflow for Final Cut Pro X, it also applies to Adobe Premiere Pro CC. The free Dashwood 360VR Viewer also with Premiere, and Premiere includes an Offset effect (available in the category).
Once you have explored 360° production with these free tools, try Dashwood’s 360VR Express. The trial version works in both Final Cut and Premiere and is fully functional apart from a watermark.