Crow before the toe front. Most people have problems with the scarecrow by rolling and then spinning. It's not that this is wrong, but there's a much easier way to do it and you'll get more height. Plus it easily leads you to working on crow mobes and elephants
Your attempt looked pretty good from the start, but it ended up turning into a roll-to-spin crow. Off the wake, you're leaning a bit forward like trying to jump out towards the next wake. What you want to do is stand up nice and tall and when you pop, simply drop your back shoulder and open your chest to the boat. Simple as that. By dropping the shoulder then opening your chest, you're slightly changing your axis of rotation, so the spin and flip start at the exact same time. The reason you get more height by doing this is because you're now going to have your chin up and towards your front shoulder as opposed to tucking and rolling and having your ehad go more in a downwards direction. With this, you're going to be able to spot your landing almost right away instead of waiting for the flip to come around and then spin. Plus, there's absolutely zero need to ever let go of the handle when doing it this way, just keep your elbows bent a bit so the handle doesn't get away from you. Good luck!
And if you do want to work on front rolls, just do exactly what you're doing right now, but stand tall at the top of the wake for good pop, tuck, and let go of the handle either right off the wake or about halfway through. Spot the shore/horizon first and work your way down to your landing spot so it's not completely blind. You look really good in that clip so it'll come easy for you.