Side view is perfect! Allows us to see both path of the bar and positions.
Looks pretty good, from my point of view. I normally look for three components in lifting. Technique, timing and tempo.
Tempo is good.
In the clean, the technique looks clean. Pretty good positions. Would prefer a liitle more weight on the heels after you pass the knees. (A good queue is to feel the weight "in the middle of the foot".)
The timing at the turning point seems way off. The bar has good height and speed. Here you could have just stepped to the side with one foot and caught it (and made a sandwich on the way :-), but you add a jump, and maybe some arm pull and it goes way high. If you look at the video, the bar reaches the hight of that orange ball, then it drops down to the height of the green ball and comes down to "crush" you.
I usually establish a timing "measure", like "when the bar is at its peak, I will be sitting down just under it". This is my established timing for the clean. The better timing you have, the less the bar will drop before you catch it. (In practice, you can never have 0 drop, but pretty close.)
When standing up, make sure to lead with your elbows.
In the jerk, think of jerking "up and back". Never forward. Otherwise, I'd just recommend more patience. It is easy to lose the lift, 'cause you want to stand up as soon as possible. Just wait there. Get comfortable.
When learning the clean and jerk, "counting" can be a good tool to find a good tempo.
Count (or have a friend count) like this:
Bar passes knees
You stand up from the clean
You move your front foot back
You move your back foot forward
The time between all these steps should be about the same.