Enough power, yes.
I doubt that those will run, but WINE allows you to run SOME applications. Most of the apps you listed either are kinnda.. intensive, or interact with hardware - these (in my experience) are the floors of WINE.
(Wine is stands for WINE is not an emulator... It kinna goes on forever, if you see what I mean. It lets you run windows Applications on Linux).
Often, people make open source alternatives... Just think of GIMP, OpenOffice and Firefox.
For video editing, there arn't that many *AMAZING* apps out there (under linux). Wikipedia has a list, though.
To find out if you can get your software to run under linux, check out: http://appdb.winehq.org/