You must perform first part of the movement (first pull) correctly to be able to finish the move correctly. From the very beginning, the bar is not traveling the way it should - it it's going around your knees. The bar should move towards you, not away from you.
Listen, don't think of jumping, don't think of shrugging. Think only of getting the bar into proper position so you can move it with your hips.
If i were you, i would try to get my hips lower when in starting position (parallel). I'll say thins again, when pulled the bar, your hips will rise and your knees will extend, allowing the bar to travel. Squeeze your lats, that's how you keep the bar close to the body. GET the bar TO your hips, not your hips to the bar.
When you perform first pull correctly and the bar gets where it should be, there won't be any need to drive hips forward, and hips will do work just fine.
I don't know if i mentioned this, but weight should be on your heels. Thinking of this helped me.
So, practice having these things in mind, and then send video again.