Interpositive vs Internegative - What's the difference?

interpositive | internegative |


As nouns the difference between interpositive and internegative

is that interpositive is a specialized type of negative film stock that is part of the intermediate process that goes from an original negative to a release element (most common in the motion picture film post-production process) the material used is itself the same as in an internegative the differences is that an ip has a positive image on it, while an in has a negative image while internegative is a specialized type of negative film stock that is part of the intermediate process that goes from an original negative to a release element (most common in the motion picture film post-production process) the material used is itself the same as in an interpositive the differences is that an in has a negative image on it, while an ip has a positive image.

interpositive

English

Alternative forms

* inter-positive * IP * I.P.

Noun

(en noun)
  • A specialized type of negative film stock that is part of the intermediate process that goes from an original negative to a release element (most common in the motion picture film post-production process). The material used is itself the same as in an internegative. The differences is that an IP has a positive image on it, while an IN has a negative image.
  • internegative

    English

    Alternative forms

    * inter-negative

    Noun

  • (en noun) (abbr.'' IN''' or ' )
  • A specialized type of negative film stock that is part of the intermediate process that goes from an original negative to a release element (most common in the motion picture film post-production process). The material used is itself the same as in an interpositive. The differences is that an IN has a negative image on it, while an IP has a positive image.