XSplit's Team License Manager allows owners to set up Single sign-on (SSO) through GSuite to simplify the sign-in process for their domain license users.
You will need the following to set up SSO with GSuite:
The Manager role for your company's XSplit Team License. If you are not the owner of the domain license, the owner can enable this for your account.
A verified domain in Team License Manager's domain settings.
Administrator access on your company's GSuite instance.
Step 1: Preparing SSO setup in XSplit Team License Manager
Go to your Team License Manager dashboard by clicking on the Team License Manager link under My Account.
Go to your Domain Settings by clicking on Domain License then Domain Settings.
Select SAML as your Authentication method. Keep this tab open, as you’ll be using the information here to set up GSuite integration.
Step 2: Adding the XSplit Application in GSuite
Go to your GSuite admin portal then go to Apps then SAML apps.
Click on Add App then select Add custom SAML app.
Name the App
XSplitthen click Continue.
Under Google Identity Provider details, in Option 2:
You will need to enter information from GSuite into the XSplit Team License Manager's Domain settings:
Copy and paste the SSO URL from GSuite into the Sign-On URL on XSplit.
Download the Certificate from GSuite and upload it into the Signing Certificate on XSplit.
Return to the GSuite Admin tab then click CONTINUE.
Under Service provider details, copy and paste the following from XSplit:
Copy and paste the Callback URL from XSplit into ACS URL on GSuite.
Copy and paste the Entity ID from XSplit into Entity ID on GSuite.
Under Attribute Mapping, click ADD MAPPING then select
Primary emailthen map the app attributes to
Click FINISH to complete adding the app.
Step 3: Finalizing SSO setup
Once the XSplit app integration is done in GSuite:
Click on View details on the User access pane.
Under Service status, select ON for everyone then click SAVE.
Note that it may take a few hours before the setting is working on Google's end. As such, you may get error messages such as
app_not_configured_for_user until the configuration has manifested.