I looking for a video-editing software which is able to load multiple video and audio files, and synchronize these tracks based on the audio data, so the audio tracks match exactly to the video tracks.
In my use cases I record an event by using multiple cameras (4, in my recent case) and a single high-quality microphone. Instead of doing this by hand, it is possible to do this in an automated way using popular programs which are available for the other two OS.
Most video-editors are quite basic and many of them support only one track at all. Cinelerra makes a quite professional impression but I couldn't find any informations about such a function. The latter is also true for OpenShot, flowblade and Kdenlive.
Pitivi has fund-raising campaign, listing a bpm detector as top-wanted feature allowing automatic editing.