The yellow normally means that your source footage does not match your Sequence Preset 100%.
Looking at that On-Location footage vs your Sequence Preset, do they match 100%?
I am having the same issue when importing clips from OnLocation. I am beginning a huge production and I am concerned this issue might cause issues down the road with editing, encoding, mastering.
I have checked the files and sequence and they are the same.
I have seen others have this issue, but there does not seem to be anyone that knows exactly why it's happening and how to correct it. Including Adobe, I weent round & round with Adobe support in India and finally gave up.
Error message in Event Panel: File importer detected an inconsistency in the file structure of filename.avi. Reading and writing this file's metadate (XMP) has been disabled.
Adobe Production Premium CS4
Premier Pro CS4 v.4.2.1
Windows 7, Ultimate 64bit
1TB System HDD
2TB - RAID 0 Video Processing HDDs
2TB Video Storage HDD
nVida Quadro 1800 1GB Video
1934 FW Capture
The error should not affect editing at all. You're safe to proceed.
Imported mote On:ocation Video Clips last night. The XMP Disables warning appears on some but not all of the clips imported. All the properties are the same. The only difference appears to be size. Seems that the larger the clip (greater than 2GB) the more likely the (File importer detected an inconsistency in the file structure of filename.avi. Reading and writing this file's metadate (XMP) has been disabled) warning will occure?
Is there a file size limitation associated with Adobe inserting XMP data into avi files?