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I would look into Open Broadcaster Software. You may need some third-party plugins to get all the features you want, but it's a great place to start looking.
Add the subtitles to your large mkv file first. Then mkvmerge will split the file with the subtitles automatically. To add the subtitles, the easiest is to use mkvmerge-GUI. It will also show you the command-line it uses. Or you can try something like this directly: video="your_large_video.mkv" st_en="english.srt" st_fr="french.srt" ...
Do you drink coffee? That's my solution. More seriously though - For me, it helps to jump from project to project, setting individual goals each time I move to a different project, e.g. for project 'x', finish creating sub-clips from raw footage before I stop editing. It also helps to alternate between tasks that are boring and tasks that are more ...
Another option is Sony Vegas Pro + Vegasaur extension. Using this extension, you can extract recorded date/time information from video files and burn it onto video. Font, color, size etc. - fully customizable.
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