Wait Element Vanish maximum timeout or some other workaround

Hello guys! Long time no see!

So I have a quite simple automation request.
I have some audio to text application, where the robot will upload the file, click on render and wait for the file to be done.
While the file is processing there is a popup with some elements.
I’ve used these elements in “Wait Element Vanish” activity so the robot will know when the file is rendered, save it then proceed to the next one.

My question is, how much maximum timeout can this activity wait? Since I don’t know how long the rendering will be (sometimes 1 minute, sometimes 4 + hours).

Should I be using this activity or some other workaround (notice that this had to be implemented yesterday :smiley: )

Thank you all in advance and Happy Automation

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