Stitching Rylo 360 video

I have a Rylo 360 camera and am trying to use Shotcut to stitch the video files in Windows without having to pre-process them using the Android software. Does anyone have experience with this?

It seems like adjust the FOV of the 360 filter, one area of stitching gets worse as another gets better. I’m not sure if the Lens Radius and Nadir Radius should also be tweaked.

Ultimately I’d like to be able to find the correct configuration settings so that I can batch convert the files from the command line using Melt or just FFmpeg.

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