What is max-latency of nvstreammux

Hello, I am running a pipeline on several live cameras. I noticed that after 2 days my pipeline was processing data with a delay of 20 minutes. I read on this forum that setting sync-inputs to 1 of nvstreammux could help to fix this. Is this correct?
I was reading the documentation for nvstreammux and I noticed the parameter max-latency: Additional latency in live mode to allow upstream to take longer to produce buffers for the current position (in nanoseconds).
Suppose I set max-latency to 1 second: max-latency=1000000000. Does this mean that if a buffer is decoded at time 2022-04-01 08:00:00 and it arrives at the nvstreammux element right after, and the nvstreammux can’t push it down because the pipeline is busy, after 2022-04-01 08:00:01 the nvstreammux will drop the frame?

EDIT: I just noticed that if I enable sync-inputs the FPS goes to 0 after a few seconds and it never recovers

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