I can't really tell much from this angle, but it doesn't look like your moving your feet out at all. Remember when doing a clean or a snatch that the position your feet are in when pulling is slightly narrower than when you catch. The most basic cue for that is hip width on the pull and shoulder width when you catch the bar. emphasizing the "jump" of your feet isn't all that necessary, it's just a cue that is supposed to get yourself off of your heels and onto the balls of your feet in order to transfer explosive power, and to move your feet quickly into the rack position.
Your first pull isn't that bad. I would try and sit your hips back a little more to get your femur more parallel to the ground. It is pretty obvious that you're relying heavily on knee flexion to perform the movement. Don't worry about the much else right now. Take it in stages. Focus on finding your setup first, and standing up with the bar in the proper position, then you can worry about everything else. Form is progressive in practice, so practice perfectly!