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What kind of media are you using (AVI is a file format, not a media format); what are your project settings; does the color shift occur in the source monitor, the program monitor, or both; are you using a properly calibrated external monitor at all?
Is it the Thumbnail of the Clip, or the color of the Clip itself in the Timeline, that you are referring to? Premiere uses a user definable color code for many things. These can indicate Audio that has been replaced, etc.. If this is what you are asking about, go to Edit>Preferences>Label Colors and Label Defaults. As a "for instance," when you Import a muxed DV-AVI, you will see that as Cyan (default), but if you edit the Audio in Soundbooth/Audition and Save, it will turn green (default).
If it's the coloration of the Video in the Clip, then nevermind.
Thanks! I think that's exactly it. I changed the default colors so they wouldn't look so similar. No, the video clips themselves are fine. Thank you!
Good catch, Bill. Wasn't thinking of the graphical display. I thought her video had chroma issues.
Wasn't sure myself, so I took a stab at it.