Photoshop: Video editing features (waveform in audio - ease-in, ease-out - drawing trick)

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Hello, i
edit videos within Photoshop CC (Premiere available, but no option, see below).
I edit screencasts in almost industrial numbers, and while in most aspects
Photoshop CCs seems to be more useful than Premiere to my specific needs, there
are a few things that i miss sorely:

Audio track
should show waveform

Ease-in,
ease-out for dynamic enlargements or moving objects (instead of a strictly
linear change)

To show a
round or square outline being drawn as if by a pencil on paper

Is this
somehow availabe in Photoshop video editing? I'm aware that this wishlist is
answered by Premiere, but i won't use it for other reasons.

Shouldn't
these features mentioned above be availabe within Photoshop for Creative Cloud
subscribers who subscribe to whole suite (not just Photoshop/Lightroom)?

PS.

And i won't use Premiere,
please accept. Actually i had used the video editor Camtasia about 10 months
ago, which was very nice for screencasts and addressed all my points above. But
in Camtasia, upscaled footage looked blurry, while Photoshop set to pixel
replication creates much better enlargements of flat GUIs.
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