You need a lot of work my man. But better to bite the bullet now than try fix it later.
Firstly, whoever taught you to squat that wide is a crazy person.
Step 1, hip mobility. Do lots and lots and lots and lots of hip mobility. Agile 8, Limber 11 easy routines to follow every day. But you might need more work. Also proper foam rolling and dynamic mobility as your warm up prior to squatting.
Step 2, completely relearn the movement. Scary I know, but what you're doing isn't getting you anywhere good to be perfectly honest. Even your 'shoulder width' squats are blatantly not shoulder width with your toes are so far turned out which leads back to point one, you have SERIOUS mobility issues.
There's a hundred things to do but as a guy on an internet forum there's no point in writing out a comprehensive list. Check out goblet squats and box squats. Joe defranco has videos on both. Also remember the cues hips back, knees out. Literally you should shoot for an olympic squat, you'll never get there but if it helps you get somewhere in between all good. I might sound mean, but man fixing it now with save you a world of trouble later. The fact that you only realised you weren't hitting depth when you started filming tells me you need a lot more squatting expeirence under your belt. You are so high above parallel you should be able to tell that every time