Well, that is not directly a feature of Cinema 4D. The only way to do it is via QuickTime and to find this:
Render Settings>Save>Format>QuickTime VR Object.
In the link above (forum’s link) I have had discuss it and that it is pretty much out of use these days, roughly 20 years after Apple has had introduced it.
Any other option is 3rd party, and some are taking money for their service.
All of that, these days is 3rd party and I can’t see a real standard these days anymore, as it was tried with VRML for example. So, I’m not interested in such. But perhaps someone who does work with it and has practical knowledge might be up for a tutorial series. But I caution here, as that stuff is changing fast, and the value of it fades quickly.
So, if you go along the link, you find some example sites. There you should get what you need. Check out if they have a forum on their own.
More - I can’t do.
All the best