Er, I know the video calls it 'Bananeira' (Banana tree), and it is correct. The 'Au Batido' that you learnt is switching the legs while doing the Bananeira. This is the first step to learning the handstand bananeira. It is also the first step to learning how to kick while in a handstand.
The name of the game is control. Instead of kicking your legs up, you *shift* your weight onto your hands. This way, your legs can still be low to the ground (at first) and you have low risk of falling over, while still learning how to control your weight on your hands.
NO KICK UP! (Your feet can be low.)
SHIFT onto your hands.
CONTROL-grip the floor.
Some of you have forgotten queixada.
Do take note that:
1) you TWIST your upper body FIRST
2) when you kick, you PULL YOUR ARMS AGAINST the kick.
The other guys learnt Au Batido (yes, this movement is also called 'Au Batido' (broken Au) among other things):
Note that the one you learnt has a different starting position.
Did I miss anything? Let me know in the comments section.