In regards, to export format types, we do not have a full list break down available, but we can list some for you. In the export list is a series of PC File types. Here are some of them:
Mpeg, Direct,AVI ( Video 6000KBits/s Audio 128 KBits/s)
H264, Direct, MP4 ( Video 8000KBits/s Audio 128 KBits/s)
DIVX, HQ, AVI (Video 480x384, 16:9, 1200 KBits/s Audio 128 KBits/s)
DIVX, AVI (Video 320x256, 16:9 80 KBits/s Audio 128 KBits)
DIVX, SD (standard definition), AVI (Video 720x576, 16x9, 2500 KBits/s Audio 128KBits)
H263, HQ, 3gp (Video 352 x 288, 16:9, 600 KBits/s Audio 128 KBits/s)
H263, 3gp (Video 176 x 144, 16:9, 400 KBits/s Audio 64 KBits/s)
DIVX, FULL HD,AVI (Video 1920 x1080, 16:9, 10000 KBits/s Audio 128KBits/s)
DIVX, 720p, AVI (1280 x 720, 16:9 8000 KBits/s Audio 128 KBits/s)
Additional Tech Notes: There are other formats like You Tube AVI files for small and large types (640x480), and newer YouTube formats HD H264 and HD Mpeg4. If you're trying to upload to Youtube and don't want to use the Youtube formats listed in the currect export list, consider trying one of the smaller DivX formats. We might recommend the DivX HQ format. The data rate is only about 200 kilobytes per second and the image quality is acceptable. Conversion time is fairly close 1.5 (15 minutes for 10 minutes of material) depending on your system model. All of the DivX formats that the Media Manager offers should give you the Youtube HQ playback option (but only the FullHD and 720P formats will give you the HD option). The aspect ratio is maintained in any case.
We don't have something like .wmv format (this is a proprietary Microsoft format) listed in our export list, but you should be able to use the DivX formats we offer. DivX has a good compatibility rate; even most DVD players can accept it. Older PCs and Macs may need a software add on in order to handle it, but it's usually just a set of drivers for the Media Player. Newer PCs and Macs should play the DivX files with no such add on software.
There is also Apple Ipod Touch formats for saving in .mov files. Other types of export files are based off of hundreds of different cell phone video formats based on the manufacturer and model. Some of these manufacturer brands listed in export section include phone video files for: Apple, Microsoft (Xbox 360 formats), Motorola, NEC, Nokia, Panasonic, Samsung, Sharp, Sony, Toshiba and many others. As well as other functions like "Extract MP3". This function allows you to take audio from video file and make Mp3 file of it.