Firt part is correct.
There is a transition of your weight from about mid foot to your heels then back on to your toes as you drive your hips in and up.
BUT DO NOT THINK OF THE WEIGHT TRANSFER. Just have your feet planted, pull the bar in (which you do well, but you bent your arms to do this, keep your arms straight and use your lats) and then drive with your hips, make sure you get your head up high. If your head goes up high the rest of your body will follow!
You finish well but the main issue I see is your hips hike up too fast relative to your chest = you tilt forwards. Watch the video again slowly, you will see this.
At 80% it won't matter too much, but when your hitting a heavy weight it will hurt your lifts a lot.
Focus on chest up and drive witht he legs, hip to shoulder angle should be pretty constant for the most part. Changes as you start the 2nd pull though.
Looks pretty good overall!