One of the challenges for producing 360-degree content, especially 360 videos, is the dearth of editing tools. Dashwood has created the 360VR Toolbox, a plugin for Adobe’s Premiere Pro and After Effects, and Apple’s Motion and Final Cut Pro.
The plugin gives authors several useful tools for 360 videos:
– output 360 degree videos into 2D or 3D
– reorient equirectangular sources on x, y, z axis to level the horizon or align scenes
– place 2d elements (such as logos) on the 360 video; use with After Effects’ clone stamp to clone out the tripod
– view results with Oculus in realtime.
Here is a video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RElkikLlWf4&hd=1
The 360VR Toolbox is currently in public beta, during which you can download a trial version, which is functional but will add a watermark.