Your APT is very pronounced as soon as you unrack the barbell. Coming out of the bottom you have zero glute involvement; no hip pop at at the top either. Overall looks like a typical squat when a lot of lordosis is involved.
Don't worry about a "program" for correcting the issue. I would pick a couple glute exercises, a plank, and hip flexor stretch and do them as OFTEN as you can, EVERY DAY. A week of that should make you feel much stronger, more stable in the squat. Important! Do SOMETHING every day, multiple times a day to address the issue.
If squatting isn't painful, I would spend ten minutes doing some hip extension movement to get your glutes pumped up. This makes a world of difference when you squat. RDL's, kettlebell swings, glute bridges on the ground, bridges with shoulders on a bench. Focus on strong glute contractions and try to get a pump. This will get the glutes more involved in the squat.
If squatting is painful, front squat or goblet squat.
You have the power to make a big difference in a relatively short time if you focus time throughout the day to the issue.