The build instructions in PTAMM for OSX are now out of date if you are using the latest OSX 10.6 and above. I shall update the manual shortly, but until then follow this guide to get PTAM and PTAMM up and running on OSX.
PTAM and PTAMM used to build easily on OS X, however as the OS has been updated it now appears that they do not build.
The trick of forcing the compilation to 32-bit only does not appear to work at the moment, and the included configure-10.5-32bit file in PTAMM needs modification to work as the 10.5 SDK appears to be missing in later builds. For example I have 10.6.8 and only have the 10.6 SDK now.
I shall be looking at this issue over the next few weeks and hope to find a reliable solution to getting PTAM and PTAMM building more smoothly.
Version 1.3 of the PTAMM source code released, adding Apple Mac OS X support. Download here.
The included manual has a step-by-step install guide for getting PTAMM running under Mac OSX 10.6 (Snow Leopard).
Yoshinari Kameda has made available some patches to get PTAM running on Ubuntu, as well as a downloadable Linux image which should include everything needed to run PTAM. More information in his comment on the video sources page.
James Y. Wilson has sent along a video source which uses GStreamer on Linux to read video files. Find this on the video inputs page.
Version 1.2 of the PTAMM source code released, adding MS Windows support. Download here.
The included manual has a step-by-step install guide for getting PTAM and PTAMM running under Windows.
Added two video inputs useful on Win32 to the video inputs page. In particular, PTAM can use arbitrary webcams with directshow drivers using the videoInput library.