The photo of the alpha release disc is from an article by Tim Wilson (former Product Manager of Boris Red) on the Creative Cow.
Way back in 1998, Apple acquired from Macromedia a desktop video-editing program called Final Cut that was still in development.
Originally called Key Grip, pundits assumed this software acquisition was being made in order to enhance future versions of Apple's QuickTime.
Cinema Tools(April 2002)
Cinema Tools 1.0 for Final Cut Pro was originally "FilmLogic", a program that allowed you to edit film using Adobe Premiere, Media 100, Final Cut Pro and other programs. Apple bought the product then released an improved version called Cinema Tools that now works exclusively with Final Cut Pro.
Final Cut Studio January 2006
Apple stops offering their pro video applications as stand-alone products. So Final Cut now comes with Motion 2, Soundtrack Pro, and DVD Studio Pro 4.