I don't think Adobe Premiere will work in Wine, that's my guess. In general, not all programs work under wine, some do, some don't. My advice is to avoid it. Trying to force programs from one proprietary system to work on a completely different open system is ugly. Your best bet for getting stuff like that to run on Ubuntu is to run Windows on Ubuntu in a virtual machine. I think that is pretty much safe, isn't it? Anyone know about setting up a Windows virtual machine who can advise?
If I were you I would look into a virtual machine, it would ease the pain of switching by allowing you to run Ubuntu but still load up Windows when you need it, and I think it is a little better than dual-booting. (Because with a VM, Windows runs inside Ubuntu, so Ubuntu is still running when Windows is running and you can quickly switch between them, whereas with dual-boot you have to shutdown one to boot up the other.)
But unless you go with a Windows virtual machine, honestly if you have a long list of Windows programs that you want to keep using you should keep using Windows. Getting all your Windows programs to work on Ubuntu will be a hassle or impossible. But if you're willing to switch over to linux programs on Ubuntu, then you can begin to reap the rewards.
You sound like at least a medium power user of Windows. Video editing, audio editing, games. You are no mere web browsing user. Because you use a lot of advanced software, you're the type of user who is liable to have to do more work to change operating systems. You have a lot of complex programs that you use and you'll have to either get the same programs wokring on Ubuntu, or learn to use the just-as-complex linux equivalents.
I've had it with you. If I had an image of a laser gun I would absolutely position it right here in my hand...
Ha! I have a real laser absolutely positioned in my hand!