while the cpu would be good enough (although a 5800U/5800H would be even better) my main concerns would be the on-board graphics for dealing with video and whether the storage and memory are big enough to handle the video file size you work with.
it's a fair bit more, but https://www.hp.com/gb-en/shop/product.aspx?id=4B349EA&opt=ABU&sel=NTB probably has better specs for video editing.
an almost identically specced dell is cheaper than that one, though:
most video editing laptops are usually far more heavily specified than those, though - generally, you'd want a dedicated on-board gfx card but that'll easily double the price. the hard drive space is the only other element on there that would concern me for that usage, but you can work around that with an external drive. you might have to forgo the dual-boot option, given how hungry windows can be and the size of video files, but you can always run it off a usb stick if needs be.
you should also be able to add a secondary nvme or upgrade the size of the nvme drive later as well if you're happy taking the back off, and possibly even the memory too if you're lucky and it's not soldered on like their ultrabooks.