No, seed metric of 0 is the absolute opposite of infinity, meaning that if we redistribute into ISIS without defining a metric, the routes will be redistributed normally and they'll have a seed (initial) metric of 0, but in the case of RIP and EIGRP the seed (initial) metric is infinity and thus unless a valid metric is configured while redistributing, the routes won't be redistributed.
Narayan is totally right, in addition to my post the only special case of EIGRP redsitruting without seed metric is when redistribute connected or static, where EIGRP uses the interface (in case of static, the outgoing interface parameters are used) parameters (bandwidth and delay) to calculate the metric.
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