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  • n. 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.

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  • I am a cosmic love pulse matrix, becoming a technicolor interpositive.

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  • This calls for the distributor to “pick up” the movie in their territory upon delivery of the negative along with standard delivery requirements, a list of numerous picture and track materials, including an interpositive print, separate music and effects soundtracks, music legal releases, the final shooting script and still photos in black-and-white and color of key cast and crew of the film.

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  • If the distribution agreement calls for delivery of an interpositive and internegative, but the budget allowances for film and lab are too small, the solution is to find the extra money somewhere else.

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  • Occasional blemishes, scratches, and dirt are present, again likely inherent in the original interpositive.

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  • The latest DVD and Blu-Ray releases are sourced from a new high-def restoration of a 35mm interpositive.

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  • FWIW, I think it's been pretty well-established that while an original negative or interpositive is good, even a decent release print can show improvement in resolution in

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  • Once editing was complete and the OCN cut and conformed, but before either protection masters or an interpositive could be created, something horrific occurred at the lab, and the cut original negative was either destroyed in printing, or accidentally misplaced and later used as fill leader.

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  • Hesler's wet-plate collodion negative was used to create a high-definition, silver-gelatin interpositive _ a new-technology format from which several thousand prints were generated and sold in the late 19th century.

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  • The extant production elements are a fading 35mm interpositive and a dupe negative derived from that source - neither representing the heroic work that went into this film by John Wayne and his co-creators.

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  • Hesler's wet-plate collodion negative was used to create a high-definition, silver-gelatin interpositive - a new-technology format from which several thousand prints were generated.

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