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The imagemixer version that came in the CD-ROM with the camera may no longer work with Windows Vista. A new version, inagemixer 3, has been developed for Vista. You download it from this website. The installation procedure is also provided on this website.
You don't say how you edited your video and created the DVD. Assuming you using Imagemixer 3 that comes with Panasonics, there is a *.i3e (project) file somewhere. By default on my Windows XP system, it is at C:\\Documents and Settings\Owner\My Documents\ImageMixer3\VideoEditorxx.
Don't know if your problem exactly like mine, but playing back recordings in the camera always have weak sound. However when editing the clips using Imagemixer 3 on your computer, the sound is louder and you can boost it even further with the "Adjust Volume" function of Imagemixer.