Yeah, it looks better on this angle :). Definitely not shooting forward off your hips, pretty straight bar path until you lose it behind.
Koing is dead right, you're allowing the bar too far behind you.
I'll definitely yield to Koing's thoughts on the matter, but some food for thought: You might consider the snatch balance--because, as the name implies, it requires you to balance the bar in the groove. Also it makes you practice the idea of "punching up". Also, how much do you overhead squat? both in terms of your best weight and in terms of how often you perform them as a standalone exercise.
My thought is this: the overhead squat might not necessarily carryover to the snatch as people have mentioned before (i.e. "nobody should fail the snatch on the squat up" and variations of the sentiment) but, BUT---it might be useful for you to practice where you sit the weight's groove, and to practice the idea of "punching UP" with heavier weights as Koing has mentioned instead of allowing it so far back. Again, might not be the greatest option and I cede ground here to Koing, but it is something that occurs to me to try.