My first thought is that the metadata being used just isn't supported by PP.
This really needs to be implemented then, it's going to be a headache for the sound mixer, since most scenes have 7-8 active players at a time. In previous versions of PP at least, it was possible to change the track names manually, but not anymore? This makes no sense whatsoever...
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"The only problem is, the metadata isn't showing up in Premiere. I don't have the option to rename the individual audio tracks manually, either."
You can rename your Audio Tracks in by Right-clicking the audio track in your sequence and choose "Customize" from the drop-down menu and this will get you into the button editor. Then click on the "A1" button and drag it down on to your track from the button editor menu. Now click OK to exit button editor. Now you need to right-click your audio track again and choose "Rename" it should no longer be greyed out.
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Chances are that won't help with this project, though. One thing I can suggest is to always test out the entire work flow before production begins. Nigglers like this often crop of when assumptions are made.
It's still greyed out.
It's working for me. Can you show us a screenshot of the new button in place on your track and the disabled shortcut menu?