Is this really how you shoot in-game? Coz I think there's a tendency to be more lax with your shot when you're in something like this as opposed to really practicing it or in a game. Overall though, yeah, like everyone said, your shot looks pretty good.
Some points to look at though:
1) Use your legs. It seems as if you're depending on your arms to propel the ball on your shot too much. Being dependent on your arms can force your arms to push the ball out of direction and can also make your shoulder pretty sore or feeling funky after. Here's a little trick always helped me when I needed to get my shot back on track. Think of the shot a a current, travelling from your feet to the tip of your shooting hand. It helps me keep aware that I have to get my power from my legs as that's where it starts, then the current will just flow up smoothly til release.
2) Quicken your release. By slowing your release, you're actually killing the power you get from your legs. Like I said earlier, just imagine the current, flowing smoothly, from your feet to your tip of your shooting hand.
3) (Contrary to what Lumps said) That open stance (when the shooting side is *slightly* turned towards the goal) you have is instinctive for anyone when you tell them to shoot. Look at all the pros too. If you see their jump shot, their front side is not completely facing the basket. Their body is angled, which helps your aim actually. It aligns pretty much everything. Keep it.
Keep it up though man.