As long as by "settled" you understand that there is no necessity for there to be a blast crater on the surface of the moon, because of how little thrust was needed by the main thruster on the lunar lander because it wasn't moving very quickly, then yes, this matter is settled.
If by posting the above video of the SpaceX rocket, you intend to make the argument that such a blast crater IS necessary, I would, first, like to point out to you that those rockets did, in fact, go into space, and second, the circumstances of EACH of those thrusters are COMPLETELY AND UTTERLY DIFFERENT.
Did you even bother to watch the video?
The lunar landers landed in 1/6th gravity and landed very slowly.
The SpaceX rockets landed in full earth gravity and landed very quickly, because they weighed much more than first of all the lunar landers, and second than they would had they landed on the moon.
In essence, there's almost no comparison to make, other than they are both spacecraft that land.