As a part of the chemical lab film intermediate process internegatives are created by contact printing from interpositives. These very much resemble the cut negative. The stock is the same as for interpositives: slow, very fine grain with a gamma of 1, and the developed film is orange-based. To increase numbers, several internegatives are copied from each interpositive. These are then delivered to production labs for large scale manufacture of release prints.
See also: Film basics (Tutorial 2)