∞ First screenshots of Final Cut Pro X

Final Cut Pro is making a big splash at NAB tonight, as Apple showed off the latest version of the video application.

[ad#Google Adsense 300×250 in story]While the company wouldn’t give much information about the other apps in the suite — Motion, Soundtrack Pro, Color, Compressor and DVD Studio Pro — Apple did tell The Loop to “stay tuned.”

Final Cut Pro X will be sold in the Mac App Store in June and will cost $299.

Final Cut Pro X included some new features like background rendering, color management, and a “magnetic timeline” that allows clips to be moved in the timeline without displacing other clips.

Here are a few screenshots of the new application that Apple passed along to me tonight.