I have been compiling the vital records of my ancestral home town, which have been scanned and put on line. For the 1915 births, the most recent year for which these records are on line, there were 100 birth records, and 28 of those connect to my lines, up from 23 when I actually entered them.
First, before I forget, a tip: To count persons, do File > Export and under People to Export, select Select from List. When the next screen says, Select People, click Mark Group and select Select People by data fields. All of the descendants of my ancestors are in red. Then I click OK and it says how many persons it selected.
Anyway, compiling BMD's is very different from usual genealogy, in that it is highly repetitive. I type in the source, for example, "Castelcivita civil death records of 1940 number 28" and then the link and then "as accessed on 14 December 2018" without a period, since RootsMagic adds one anyway. Then I highlight that and paste it into the Short footnote, but then I delete all but "Castelcivita civil death records of 1940 number 28" but I paste the whole thing into Bibliography. (FamilySearch records, by the way, let you click a link to copy a well-written source into the clipboard.)
Now, I need something with an interface that does not take up much area on my screen, so I can see the record while typing it in; instead of writing it down on scrap paper and typing it in from that. The interface would have to be designed for one type of record, such as marriage records. If I am doing marriage records that day, I would set it in marriage records mode. Then I would type in the data. The source would pre-load except for the record number and the URL; the program would insert the current date from my machine's internal clock.