Not exactly sure how to do this....could you point me in the right direction?
The cheapest way is to use the equipment you already have by adding one of the following:
If you have an open hdmi out of the satellite receiver, then use this:
If you have an open component video/audio out of the receiver, then use this:
With the new HD interface GUI it only overlays the banners/guide, etc when using component video or hdmi as the output method if your set to a resolution of anything over 480i. You can still copy with what you have without anything else needed if you switch the resolution to 480i. If you do so, then the message will disappear and you'll get the overlays; however it won't export HD to any port when set to this resolution.
the reson I say add a converter (like the ones mentioned above) is so that you can have the best of both worlds. It will strill allow HD resolutions on the output to the TV while allowsing composite to fiunction as it did priorly though the use of the converter.
For example you could hook hdmi to your tv, while hooking the component video out of the satellite receiver to the component to composite converter. Then from the converter's composite output you would then go to your dvd burner as you did previously.
You could hook component video to your tv and hdmi to the hdmi to composite converter then out to your dvd burner.
Personally I'd go with the component converter; but it depends on your specific setup needs....