Both of those misses are indicative of an inside-out swing path as others have stated. Really, your swing looks quite nice. One thing that matches both the errors you state and your swing visually is your backswing, to me, could be shortened slightly. A shaft pointing across the line at the top usually leads to some over rotation in your shoulders and will shift your lines slightly to the right. Lines pointing right mean an inside-out swing path relative to the initial target line.
Now in order to achieve a more down the line of laid off position is a whole knew question...I'd say keeping the right elbow feeling a little more connected would help.
BTW first post here! Long time creeper.