Use the RE: Lens Superfish plug-in to convert fish-eye images. It is automatically converted to LatLong format, but you need to adjust the setting. Select Set Circle Over Source as the View Mode. Adjust the crop position. Change the Radius value so the red circle on the edge of the image. Since this is a 220-degree fisheye lens, enter 220 for FOV. Select Result as the View Mode. Set Output Size: Set to Sequence Size. Change the sequence size. Exports at about 1/4 the original size. 3840 x 2160 (4K) → 1920 x 1080 (FHD) Determine the cropping angle of view. Rotate Around X (Tilt) lets you change your viewpoint up or down. You can change the left and right viewpoints by using Roated Around Y (Pan). A lower FOV value produces a wider image. In the case of a 220-degree lens, if the number is larger than 220 degrees, the image is enlarged and the quality deteriorates. You can also set the animation. Select the best angle of view and export. Export images of various angles of view .