- You need at least a ~2.4 GHz processor. It doesn't playback correctly on my 1.9 GHz whereas it plays-back with spare cpu cycles on my 2.7 GHz AMD X2, as well as on a 2.7 GHz Intel Core2.
- The existing 0.9.4 version (in the standard repository) plays AVCHD just as good as the newer "1.0~git" nightly. So there's no need to go through uninstalling, adding the 'nightly' repository etc. But you may still need to reset the configuration files.
- The UI on the 1.0 version has a lot of bugs, so it's preferable to use 0.9.4 in that regard.
There are 3 changes you should make in the configuration:
- in Tools > Preferences, under Instances, enable "Allow only one instance".
- Click on Show Settings:All (radio button in bottom-left). Under Input/Codecs > Other > FFmpeg,
set "Skip loop filter for h.264" = ALL
- under Video > Filters, on the right-side screen, scroll down the page to the second listing (for Video Output Filter Modules) and enable "Deinterlacing video filter"