Shooting doesn’t always go perfectly; sometimes the camera support isn’t perfectly stable, and the result is clips with vibration or wobbles that are distracting to anyone watching in headsets. Fixing this is a useful skill, but there are limits to what’s possible. Some kinds of instability are easier to address than others; rotational instability can be handled with frame-by-frame adjustments of the spherical media’s X, Y and Z coordinates, but bumps and other positional shifts of the camera are more challenging and may be beyond the scope of this kind of feature.
Before reaching for third-party solutions it’s always worth seeing if the camera manufacturer’s own software might do a good job of fixing the problem. For example Kandao’s QooCamStudio software has AntiShake and SuperSteady options for stabilizing footage as it is stitched, before any editing.