Thanks for the comments.
As you lift the bar off of the floor make sure it's coming back at an angle towards you. When you lift it to the knee, the bar path looks a little too vertical like you're making a path to go around the knee.
Make the first pull a little bit longer and push the bar in more as you go into the second pull. You're bringing the hips forward into the bar which is making you shift your weight forward as you drive up causing you to jump forward. Keep your weight back on the back of the foot as you initiate the second pull.
What are some drills that will help me with the first pull and bringing the bar in before the second pull? Clean/snatch segment pulls and clean/snatch deadlifts?
When turning the bar over, bring the elbows UP and OUT and pull yourself down underneath the bar with your chest up. It looks like you're just letting the bar float up and swinging your elbows down and around the bar.
For this (and I feel like I am doing the same thing in the snatch), would the best technique work include tall clean/snatches and muscle cleans/snatches? Or would you recommend some other technique work?
Thanks again for the help.