Really good, Jesus! Your hands look very stable and secure. Occasionally, a few notes seem to be cut a bit short (like when the melodic line is on one string). That's pretty normal, though, and it still sounds very good.
Jesús Rogelio Pérez Buendía Something you might try to do in addressing this issue is to practice the melody on its own. (Much as a pianist might practice the right hand alone.) I don't know if other guitarists do the same, but I find this a very useful technique, because it forces me to think clearly about the melodic line, which is generally the most important feature of a piece. My aim in doing this is musical rather than technical, but the two go together, and I find a greater understanding of what is happening in a piece, musically speaking, leads to a better understanding of the underlying technical problems. Maybe practice of this kind is not for everyone, but it works for me.